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A wildlife photographer has caught a snap of a shark that bears a pretty bizarre resemblance to Donald Trump.
Photographer and videographer Tanner Mansell, 27, managed to capture the impressive underwater shot of the shark while diving off the coast near his home in Jupiter, Florida back in December 2019.
However, he only recently shared it online where it's since gone viral with many people pointing out the shark's likeness to the former POTUS.
The image has racked up more than 30,000 and plenty of comments from people quick to remark on the resemblance.
One person wrote: "Am I alone to see a Trump hair shape?"
And he is far from alone, as many others said similar things, with someone else posting: "I wanna apologise in advance to the shark but he looks like Trump."
Another said: "Tell me why I thought this was a Trump face swap."
While others couldn't resist the chance to crack a joke, writing: "Trump's in deep water."
Speaking about his viral shot, Tanner said: "I crave moments beneath the surface, capturing new angles of wildlife that have not been captured.
"It was actually more than an obsession, and still is, it's more of an addiction - I am truly happiest when doing so.
"The shark in the photo was doing this thing called 'gaping'.
"After a meal, sometimes the ligaments and tendons can become stressed and out of place, so the sharks will open their jaws as wide as they can to re-align everything, and extend their jaws from the head.
"Kind of like they will do before chomping down on a big meal.
"I had been trying to get a photo of the 'jaw gaping' for over a year, I had seen them do it so many times but they were always too far away, facing the wrong direction, and I never had the opportunity to photograph it.
"On this day everything worked out and I got the photo."
Talking about the response his photo has had, he added: "When I first posted the photo, it completely blew up.
"I was surprised to see the number of comments it got regarding Trump.
"I didn't see it at first but I can see what people are saying [it]. That was always the top comment with many people agreeing.
"I think it's funny and unique. I have never heard of anybody comparing a shark to a human."
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