When I was in the Bahamas a few years ago, I had a good friend of mine, who has never been to the Bahamas before, who told me about a friend who had a shark that had attacked her son.
The shark was just too big for her to handle, so she and her husband were walking along a beach when the shark jumped out of the water and attacked her.
The boy had his hands in the air and was holding the shark in the water.
He told her he was sorry.
The mother told him she wanted to be sure the shark never did this again.
That’s when the man got up and started to paddle toward the shark.
It didn’t seem like the shark was about to attack him.
She yelled, “Stop!” and yelled, but the shark wasn’t interested in her.
So she grabbed him and dragged him underwater.
She was holding him in the ocean until he was out of reach.
The man told me later, “The shark was not even looking at me.”
And so, I said, “What’s your name?”
The shark didn’t answer.
It just stared back at me.
The rest of the time I just kept paddling.
I said something like, “I’m sorry, but you can’t do that.”
And then I turned around and went back to my life.
But the shark got scared, and it went back into the water, and I was afraid it would bite me.
It was only after the shark came back in and grabbed my son that I got to go out and swim with him again.
It made me feel better to know I had that kind of protection.
The Shark of Bahamians is an endangered species.
They are so shy and so small, they can be mistaken for fish.
The sharks that live here are the ones that can bite you.
So there are certain things you have to do to be able to go back to the sea.
So what I would do is I would always go back on the water because I know it’s not going to happen again.
I would be careful about where I go.
I just hope that it’s safe.
I’m a proud person, I don’t want my son to be harmed.
I also try to keep my children away from it.
I don- I just want to be careful.
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You can also call (800) 662-4338.
You are also invited to join us for the following event, which will be held in conjunction with the Shark of Bahamas World Foundation.
This event is open to the public.
We will have a variety of shark experiences, including live performances, a shark-themed scavenger hunt, a free live shark-casting event and a chance to meet sharks.
You will also be able see sharks in person at the Sea Lion Reefs, which have been designated as a Shark Habitat.
The Sharks of Bahamas will have live performances beginning at 7 p.m. at the Waterfront, and then will be back for a 7 p.
“Live Sharkcasting Live shark-castings are an opportunity for people to come together and watch a live shark encounter.
They can be viewed on-line and are free to view.
If there are any questions about shark encounters or other topics, you may contact the shark hotline at (800-622-4847).
Learn more about how to be more safe on the Coast Guard’s website.
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