Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution developed an underwater vehicle outfitted with six cameras and the ability to locate great white sharks who have been tagged with a tracking device. The goal of the project was to locate sharks carrying the transponder beacons and capture video of them in their natural habitat. The submersible, named Remus, was deployed in the waters of Mexico's Guadalupe Island to capture video for scientific research. It didn't take long for the roles to reverse as the sharks turned Remus into the object being hunted. It's not easy to study sharks and the majority of the knowledge we have on them has been captured from the surface. Woods Hole was able to turn innovative thought into an up close video of predatory behavior from a great white in its own habitat. Here's some perspective for you.