Shark Surfing: File Under Novel Ways to Spend Your Weekend

Just when you’ve thought that you’ve seen it all … Fake or real? I am guess­ing it’s the lat­ter.

(PS This has noth­ing to do with things cul­tur­al.)

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  • Carol A says:

    Liv­ing on Spencer Gulf in South Aus­tralia (one of the main breed­ing grounds for Great White sharks) we usu­al­ly try NOT to do this when we swim! Very clever but I sus­pect a real shark that size would have cleared most of the oth­er surfers out of the water! (espe­cial­ly me) The sharks cer­tain­ly add to the adrenelin rush when swim­ming.

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