A photographer managed to record the exact moment when a shark attacked a 16-year-old surfer on a beach in New Smyrna, Florida, United States.
Young Doyle Nielsen was paddling in choppy water when the attack occurred. A shark, which must have been about 6 feet long, was caught biting the teen’s arm while trying to catch a wave.
The victim was hit by the animal, but managed to get back on his board and swim to shore. At first, the young man thought another surfer had hit him, but the suspicion was dismissed when other people asked him to get out of the water. “I felt like someone on my surfboard came at full speed in my face and hit me really hard,” Doyle said in an interview with ABC News.
“I was lucky, I only got nine points,” Nielsen said. The shark is not responsible, said Sam Scribner, the author of the photos. He concluded his speech by saying, “We are in their lands.”
+ Deolane Bezerra, widow of MC Kevin, reveals she had surgery on her vagina
+ Learn how to make a delicious feijoada recipe from Ivete Sangalo
+ Schumacher’s wife and son talk about the health of the former pilot
+ “gourmet” charcoal that doesn’t get your hands dirty becomes a meme on social media; Listen
+ The mother finds a two-year-old son dead with a note on his side when he comes home
+ Quick and easy peanut recipe for the weekend
US agency warns: Never wash raw chicken
+ Attacks passengers and pulls out a host’s teeth
+ Aloe vera gel in the drink: see the benefits
+ Lemon Squeeze Trick Goes Crazy On Social Media
+ Yasmine Brunet breaks the silence
+ The shark was caught in MA with the remains of the young lost in the stomach
“Devoted food specialist. General alcohol fanatic. Amateur explorer. Infuriatingly humble social media scholar. Analyst.”