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Divers Encounter Hammerhead Shark

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5 年前

Divers Christian Torres and Leigh Cobb come face-to-face with a large male hammerhead shark was diving with us for about 15 min. The divers emphasized that the video does not show a shark attack and that the shark was, in their words, “just curious.”

Torres and Cobb describe themselves as shark diving conservationists and they document any new sharks they spot around Florida waters. Credit: Christian Torres via Storyful

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    .
    They are so beautiful. Too bad a curious little nibble could end your life!
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    Dale
    do hammerhead sharks ''nail'' their victims ?
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    Linda
    We have seen Great Hammerheads cut 6 foot long Tarpon in half in the FL Keys. This guy was apparently curious about the sounds of the camera motors. Sounds that humans cannot hear. I expected the shark to "taste" the camera. The diver's fins looked a bit too much like bait as well. Just sayin'. I'm just a diver with almost 60 years underwater.
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    Anthony
    This was an interesting encounter, calling this hammershead big is a fish story! As a diver instructor that has be scuba and free diving since the 1950s I can assure everyone this was not that big for a hammerhead.
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    Room
    Compared to the divers, he doesn't appear that large. Obviously not hungry and probably curious and nervous about such large and strange creatures that have no fear of him and even react by reaching out and touching (pushing) him.
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    Custom
    Tiger sharks, Bull and hammerhead sharks are the maneaters, not a smart move if this was by choice
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    Chase Sterling
    Many who studied Marine Fisheries call this as Sandwich Orange or the Color of Death. Most Marine Carnivores, even a Bull or a new born child sees the bright color as a sign of fascination, curiosity, as it glows in the silhouette of the water or even at the point somewhat tasty when the subject is hungry. I believe the International distress should be change from Bright Orange to Light Pink since the color is not easily eye strain especially at night, nowadays Life Jackets can be attached with a form of a waterproof GPS locator without using bright colors, the technology we use today can simply be useful if invested in a right way of dealing.
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    Fdo
    Sharks are usually nice in open waters.
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    roscoe
    Hammerheads have no interest in eating humans; their mouths are not even big. Their prey is relatively small compared to an adult human. They look freaky but have not been know to attack people.........unless provoked. Most animals with teeth will attack humans or any other animal if cornered or provoked.
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    Satyr48
    Most shark "attacks" are the same... sharks being curious, and running into or rubbing against someone... With their rough skin, a "brush" from a shark can rip open a person's skin like being sandpapered. You're actually safer under water, like these divers, than swimming on the surface, or standing in chest-deep water.
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