The eight-foot long monster was captured in the fishermen”s nets by accident in Cape Town, South Africa.
It thrashed around in shallow water for some time until the brave South Africans decided to pull it back into the ocean.
During the struggle, the creature continues to lunge at the men with its terrifying razor-sharp teeth.
Fortunately these fishermen were able to escape the jaws of death and got the shark back into the sea.
Bronze Whaler sharks are known to have been involved in the deaths of humans.
There are 90 different shark species in South Africa”s seas, including the deadly Great White shark.
The terrifying Bronze Whaler shark has distinct outwardly hooked shaped teeth which are ideal for holding prey in it”s jaws.
This fast-moving predator also has the horrifying ability to leap out of the water if needed.
They have a maximum length of a huge 9.8ft.