This photo is getting a lot of attention on social media.
We're calling it the "Jaws Crib," and see why:
It's a baby's crib in the shape of a great white shark, coming up on a boat with the shark's mouth open.
The research team OCEARCH posted it to the Facebook page for Mary Lee, a great white shark being tracked by the researchers.
The caption says, "Creating childhood traumas... like a boss."
As for Mary Lee, the great white likes to pay regular visits to the Delmarva coast.
Here are a few quick facts about Mary Lee from OCEARCH, a non-profit group that researches great white sharks and other large apex predators:
- Mary Lee was tagged with a tracker off Cape Cod Sept. 17, 2012.
- She is 16 feet long.
- Since she was tagged in 2012, she has traveled 19,365 miles from Florida to Nova Scotia.
- She was named after a researcher's mother, after he described the shark as "Truly the most historic and legendary fish I have ever been a part of."
- You can keep up with her adventures by following @maryleeshark on Twitter