July 16, 2014 at 12:03 PM ET
Intrepid correspondent Kerry Sanders has stood on the edge of a sinkhole, taken a polar plunge at the North Pole and paraglided into a death spiral in Switzerland, all in the name of creating a cool live shot for TODAY.
Wednesday, for his latest #SharkWatch installment, he outdid them all, with this:
How's that for commitment to your job? Check out the other amazing Kerry live-shot moments and see which you think was the craziest of all time.
Kerry Sanders was literally on top of the world as he took the polar plunge into the icy waters of the North Pole. Brrr!
While scoping out the sites visited by James Bond in Jungfraujoch, Switzerland for a "Where in the World is Matt Lauer?" segment, Sanders paraglided off a snowy mountain — very 007.
Wednesday wasn't the first time Sanders tempted fate with sharks: He dove right into this story by swimming with some massive whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.
Sanders tagged along with alligator grabbers and stars of the Animal Planet show, "Gator Boys," and tried his luck at pinning one of the scaly creatures down.
While reporting on U.S. Special Forces protecting endangered animals from being killed, Sanders got a hefty push from a rhino.
Here, he got chased down by some angry bulls in Crofton, Kentucky, as the world-famous bull run migrated from Pamplona, Spain, to a number of U.S. cities.
Watch Kerry's full report on shark attack victims here and read more amazing stories from real shark-bite survivors.