Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Diver Saves Shark


36 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

So many animals and fish are being hurt by nets and rubbish everywhere. Those divers were very brave. Hugs, Valerie

Elephant's Child said...

Good. It is very nice to hear of acts of kindness like that. Particularly when it is human action which put the animal in trouble in the first place.

nashvillecats2 said...

The bravery of the divers are awesome especially to the sea life,

Yvonne.

RO said...

My goodness, this is truly amazing, brave and kind! Hugs...RO

JFM said...

When will we learn what we are doing to our world and it's resources. This shark was one of the lucky ones and those divers a few of the caring ones~

Hugs ❤

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That was risky. Looks like they got some souvenir teeth in the process.

CJ Kennedy said...

Wow! I'm not sure if I would have been that brave

Jamie Ghione said...

Very brave and impressive.

Sandra Cox said...

That shark is very lucky isn't he, Jan. And he seems to have known it.
We seem to be in a backward spiral as far as taking care of the earth. I am very concerned about what is going to happen.

Sandra Cox said...

Yes and Yes.
Hugs received and returned.

Jeanie said...

I don't know if I could have had the guts to do that. Wow.

Sandra Cox said...

Yes and Yes.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Sandra - that's really good news ... so glad to read the shark is safe - cheers Hilary

Christine said...

Lucky shark, so awful about our garbage in the sea.

Sandra Cox said...

It was risky. He's a brave soul.

da tabbies o trout towne said...

how sad is this; makes one wonder what other "trash" is ruining the lives of those that live life in the waters...984 paws UP as da tabbies say... to the divers; and I bet the shark "knew" they were there to help ~~~ ♥♥♥

Sandra Cox said...

I can 'safely' say I wouldn't have been. I'm more of a hand wringer in emergencies. Sigh.

Pat Hatt said...

Brave indeed. So much trash humans throw away and cause a lot of harm to the animals.

Adam said...

Reverse Jaws

Harlynn said...

LOL Right!?

Harlynn said...

The human race will astonish you.

Sandra Cox said...

Indeed.

Sandra Cox said...

I blush to admit, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have.

Sandra Cox said...

Indeed, Jamie.

Sandra Cox said...

It is good news, isn't it.
Cheers.

Sandra Cox said...

It is indeed awful, Christine.

Sandra Cox said...

Yes and Yes, FSG.

Sandra Cox said...

Yes and Yes, Pat.

Sandra Cox said...

Heh.

Sandra Cox said...

They do indeed.

Lee said...

Sharks are the subject of great discussion here at present. Withing 24 hours last week there were two shark attacks...a 46 year old woman and a 12 year old girl...both of whom are still fighting for their lives after many hours of surgery to save their lives.

Birgit said...

I’m glad they were able to save the shark but is it nasty of me to say that the shark looks a bit dorky...look at him at the end of the video, you know his name is Herb.

Romance Book Haven said...

It was lucky they saved the shark. Every creature needs to be left alone in their natural habitat.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

And the shark thanked them by not eating anybody. I thought that was funny, eve though the video was quite serious. Good for those divers and their thoughtfulness.

Lowcarb team member said...

So brave to do this …

All the best Jan

Magic Love Crow said...

Wow, what an amazing story! What a better world it would be, if we would just help each other out!! Big Hugs Sandra!