white shark hit a guy swimming in truro cape cod this past summer to whoever said its only a matter of time. bit him in the leg, lucky to be alive.
I found this site somewhere a while back. You can see all the reported shark attacks from all over the world. But I think most (non-fatal) were in FL. Scary, as I surf at the poles pretty often close to where Lydia was captured http://www.sharkattackfile.net/incidentlog.htm
My sis worked at MGH when this guy was airlifted in... said it didn't look good (obviously.. f*in shark bit his leg off). She also said that he was aware of the shark chillen in the area yet continued to splash around.Quote:
white shark hit a guy swimming in truro cape cod this past summer
GET OUTTA THE WATER, CAN'T YOU HEAR THE MUSIC!?
yeah he was swimming 300 ft offshore possibly had a buddy with a boogy board out there or something. ppl on the beach saw it thrashing around him and stuff... crazy. surfing the cape is kind of creepy because there are so many seals around that pop up right next to you. once i saw the back of a seal breach swimming and it kind of spooked me even though thinking back there was no fin so...my buddies got a good laugh at my reaction.
Anyone else hear the warning to stay out if the water at Mayport because ocearch was chumming for another great White today? Didn't stop me or anyone for that matter 'cuz it was head high. Saw a stationary ship a mile or so out and was wondering if that was them...
Don't worry everybody. im thinking about telling Ocearch not to chum the clean waves. And i carry Binoculars and a VHF radio.
Sorry Florida. i can't see you with my binoculars and my VHF won't reach that far. Still thinking about asking Ocearch why not chum offshore?
Now found in the Gulf, caught by a couple local fisherman up the road from me ...