Great White Shark Jumps Into Boat
July 20, 2011 by WorldPost
Great White Shark Jumps Into Boat, Say you are cruising around the sea in his boat, the Cheetah, to the best of the South African coast, chumming the water with sardines to conduct research on population dynamics Mossel Bay Marine Laboratory. Water is silent for several minutes. Too quiet.
“Next thing I know I hear a tap, and watch a rape white shark water side of the boat afloat, literally, the crew member who was on the port side boats chumming.” Automatically Schr? Der stepped in and took the crew quickly away towards the stern of the boat’s platform security. All crewmembers jumped into the stern of the boat as the shark 3 m, 500 kg landed on top of storage containers for fuel and bait. The shark was landed with only half his body on the boat and Schroeder and his team hopes that as his return would be thrashed in the water. But instead of shark panic worked on the boat.
What would you do? The laboratory Oceans research team found that, while it is good to have a 10-foot, 1,000-pound shark caught on his boat, getting out is even worse.
Being a lover of shark researchers, I had to keep the beast alive constantly pouring water over their gills. With an animal as heavy, they realized that he needed help, so said the Marine Laboratory, which sent a boat full of people to help. Once the Lamindae arrived on the scene, the crew fresh * tied a rope around the tail * of the shark and tried to tow it off the ship. That did not work, so I gave up after a couple of attempts.
Meanwhile, the shark was still lying there, and they had to keep the water moving over their gills. It was not the safest place one can imagine. Beating the shark had cut the fuel lines of the cheetah, so the Cheetah Lamindae and towed the shark back into the port.
Once there, the cheetah slipped beside a fishing boat, which had a water hose that is used to get water from the sharks. The fishing boat also had a great hook elevation; the rope attached to the shark and is used to safely lift the beast into the water.
Or so they thought. Half an hour later, they found the shark beached in the harbor. All the excitement had apparently the animal turned on how the exit was. At that time, researchers knew they had to do something that seems crazy, trying to guide the Sharks to walk on water! What is the foot of a shark in the water? Even that effort was not enough. After a valiant effort, the shark still could not aim properly. Finally, they tied the shark with the larger boat and towed back out of port. After a little over half a mile, the shark, “began to regain its direction and strength,” so cut the ropes and swam away.
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