Scuba Diver Escaped Shark Attack In Australia

The AFP reported on 25 Jan 2007 that a take on scuba diver drove away a Great White Shark strike the other day. Just how did this man get away from one of the most notorious killer of the sea, the monstrous Great White Shark which is recognized to mature to 30 feet long and also can weigh tons?

The Australian scuba diver, Eric Nerhus stated that he stood up to the shark strike so strongly because he did not want to be an undignified fish food. Fish food? The Great White Shark is no normal shark It is a significant mean meat eating machine and also absolutely nothing in the ocean can stand versus its ferocity and also viciousness.

Scuba Diving Shark Encounter

According to Eric, he was scuba diving accumulating abalone in the ocean south of Sidney when he all of a sudden found himself half way right into the big mouth of the 10 footer monster with its sharp razor teeth grinding on him. I went directly into its mouth.

Eric, a daddy of 2 teen youngsters realized that his only hope of escaping from the shark was by stabbing repetitively at the creature’s eye with his abalone carve as the shark begun to shake him side to side in a ferocious vice like grip around his midsection. The battle was so violent that Eric’s regulator (breathing device diving equipment) was knocked out from his mouth stopping him from breathing and his diver’s face mask squashed.

The shark needs to have been harmed by Eric’s vigorous stabbing of its eye that it suddenly stopped, and afterwards open its mouth just in the nick of time for Eric to get away from the shark’s fatal jaws. The gallant scuba diver after that swam painfully to the surface adhered to by the shark not too much behind him. He was rapidly drawn to safety and security by his son prior to the Great White shark gets its 2nd chance of making Eric its fish food.

The waters of Australia, South Africa as well as Florida are known to experience Great White Shark strikes on scuba divers, snorklers, surfers as well as swimmers from time to time. Attacks by The Great White sharks are usually fatal and also this scuba diver should have been extremely fortunate to have gotten away one item.

The Australian scuba diver, Eric Nerhus said that he resisted the shark strike so intensely due to the fact that he did not want to be an undignified fish food. The Great White Shark is no regular shark It is a big mean meat consuming machine as well as absolutely nothing in the ocean can stand versus its ferocity and also viciousness.

The shark should have been harmed by Eric’s strenuous stabbing of its eye that it instantly paused, and also then open its mouth just in the nick of time for Eric to get away from the shark’s fatal jaws.