Imagine you were a carrot, though.
Swimmers and surfers at Tamarama beach were this morning told to get out of the water or risk a potential danger. A large Great White shark was sighted, calmly patrolling the shallows and chasing a seal until lifeguards managed to chase it back out to sea. #Tamarama #7News pic.twitter.com/ZVDLaoq9qN
— 7 News Sydney (@7NewsSydney) January 8, 2019
Irish woman speaks to 7 News in Australia after the sighting of a Great White shark in Tamarama beach near Sydney, Australia.
H/T: Colette Browne
Sandycove, County Dublin.
Some Dad writes:
What the lads will be wearing this summer. Thanks Penneys…
A shark appears at a surf competition at Macauley’s Beach in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales captured by photographer Steph Bellamy yesterday.
“I took a shot, but as I stood up there was a splash and I thought, ‘what was that?’ and hit the button to take another photograph,” she said.
“Then I heard the judges say, ‘Wow, what was that?’ and I expanded the shot out so I could have a look and it was as plain as day there was a major photobomb from a beautiful creature of our planet. It was a shark, and quite a large one.”
She said the mums and kids were told to get out of the water, but 10 minutes later the competition resumed with the open men’s heat.
Thanks Mark Geary
Protrusible jaws, people. Protrusible jaws.