Any adventure sport is a thrilling and exciting experience. And water sports add to this excitement of exploring marine life. Diving deep into the ocean in search of unique creatures is why people opt for it. However, this Twitter video will make you think twice before stepping foot into the sea. Take a look at this close encounter between a diver and a shark.
Spine-chilling Encounter With Shark
Scary encounter between a diver and shark in bad visibility conditions 😳 pic.twitter.com/cTWGgCjiql
— OddIy Terrifying (@OTerrifying) January 26, 2023
A recent video posted on Twitter is circulating the internet. It shows a diver swimming in the sea, unaware of the presence of a shark. The video clearly shows the poor visibility that caused the diver to get his head knocked by the shark’s mouth. Moreover, he escapes being nearly bitten by it. This whole scene will give you goosebumps and make you think twice before entering the waters. This video was posted by Oddly Terrifying on Twitter and has more than seven million views.
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People’s Reaction To This Video
People have reacted by reposting other terrifying videos in response to this. One of them is where an alligator attacks a person holding the camera. Another video is where the camera captures a shark trying to swallow a little boat. Interestingly, many commented that sharks are not dangerous and they don’t eat people. However, one of them wrote, ‘always keep your eyes on the shark and keep something sharp with you in order to protect yourself’.
A user commented that this is why he is afraid of the ocean. It is not just the sharks but even a blue whale can just swim so close to you and then disappear out of plain sight.
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What do you think of this video? Please tell us in the comments below. And also, tell us if you find sharks dangerous or not.
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