Tuesday, May 30, 2023

He was swallowed by the shark, survived and told what he saw in the middle of the animal: “it was dark”.

It happened to Geppetto with the whale; Ericus Nerhus with caett. The great difference is that one is a poetic genius, the other a real one.

A 57-year-old Australian diver recently told in an interview what he experienced when a huge white shark tried to eat him alive.

In an interview with The Sun, Nerhus said that in January 2007 he was diving near the reefs of Cape Howard in New South Wales when he was spotted by a three meter long shark. He was waiting for the abalone, a type of edible sea snail, before he let out a not-so-pleasant surprise.

Nerhus was 41 years old when it happened. Photo: Facebook

Seeing him swimming towards him, the diver, who was 41 years old at the time, believed that all would soon be lost. Until the middle of his body was quickly terminated in the animal’s mouth.

The ravenous man got stuck inside as it sank its teeth into him and tried to crush him. Fortunately, his enemy was having a tough time because he was wearing a tough suit.

After capturing prey, sharks often bleed the prey so that they can bite more easily. Photo: Associated Press

“One minute there was light, the next second everything was black. It was dark in the gorge, I couldn’t see anything because I was looking at the back of the throat. I’ve never experienced anything like that,” Nerhus revealed. .

Then the animal bit him in the arteries and began to move inexorably.

But again it was luck. In the middle of the scene, the Australian, completely blind, touched the glove with his eyes and squeezed so hard that the carnivore let him go. And so it happened.

Nerhus received one bite on the shoulder. Photo: Sol

Eric was still very afraid because he knew that the sharks sometimes set their victims free on purpose so bloody. “A great round black eye looked straight into my face without an ounce of fear of any boat, any man, or any animal in the sea. It was the most terrifying sight I had ever seen.”

However, he did not hesitate to use the animal as much as the opportunity offered him. Nerhus, having been released and calmed down in the ship, returns safe from his son. He then went to Wollongong Hospital to be treated for serious bites.

“I’m glad I’m still here. Sometimes I get a break in life … I’m a hard-working man who just wanted to survive very, very badly, by all means,” concluded the survivor for more than a decade. after the fact marked his life.

Nerhus and his wife Tracy. Photo: Sun / Facebook

Speaking of sharks…

On the 9th of March, when thousands of swimmers flock to the beaches of Florida (United States), spring offers days of sun and water, Ocearchus, a non-profit organization dedicated to ocean research, discovered a huge 3.35 meters (about 11 feet long) and 545 kilograms (1,200 pounds ) great white sharks.

“Maple,” a female predator, was arrested Monday afternoon on St. George Island, Florida.

The shark track is shown on their website via Global Shark Tracker. The shark, a huge female soft shark named “Maple”, was caught south of St. George Island, Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico.

For the past two winters, Maple has spent much of her time off on the Gulf Coast, the organization said.

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