A 4-foot spinner shark was caught on a video while jumping over a surfer at New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Jacob Langston, Orlando Sentinel cameraman, while filming a story about surfing at New Smyrna Beach caught the jumping shark in his camera.

According to the University of Florida 79 people were attacked by shark last year.

How do we know it's a shark?

They are pretty common at the inlet. People get photos of them all the time jumping over the water surface. The surfers knew immediately what it was,” the post game
website reported quoting Langston, who was in the water at that time.

The shark was not so dangerous because it was not a great white shark. This particular breed of spinner sharks feeds on small fish, as their teeth are made for munching small fish.

In the video below Jacob Langston caught shark jumping over water surface: