This shark has a "tail" to tell. Or should we say, "show?" While it looks like the thresher shark's tail got caught on something until it stretched out too far, what you're looking at is actually a natural weapon. Thresher sharks use their tails to strike at their prey. We know that the shark wouldn't even need to use its tail on us, we'd be too stunned just looking at it.
Then, when we can travel again, you can bet we're heading to Bimini in the Bahamas. Apparently, the dolphins there love swimming with the free divers! We can't imagine anything more fun than playing with dolphins in the ocean. You know, just as long as no thresher sharks show up.