A man who stuck his camera under his bungalow has made a shocking discovery of the deadly thing that had been lurking beneath his home.
A brave man checked underwater camera footage filmed underneath his home to discover he’d had a close encounter with ocean predators.
According to Daily Star UK, the traveller was staying in a water bungalow on Kri Island in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, during a trip in August.
After noticing there were a number of different species swimming around his tropical abode, the man decided to stick a camera underwater and find out more.
But when he watched the footage back – Páll Sigurðsson discovered he had been visited by sharks swimming directly underneath his bedroom.
“Took this video of sharks swimming under my bed,” he wrote alongside his clip on YouTube.
“There were black tip sharks swimming under the bungalows on high tide and I tried catching it on camera.”
One viewer said: “This is amazing, being that close and not even knowing what was going on beneath you.”
Blacktip sharks are known to make spinning leaps out of the water while attacking schools of small fish.
They are normally wary of humans but can become aggressive in the presence of food and have been responsible for a number of attacks on people – including one fatality.
Watch the video below: