Unbelievable: Sharks Love to Give Underwater Hugs to Divers!

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Describing a shark as cuddly is far-fetched, given their reputation for devouring humans. However, prepare to be astonished by today’s tale, featuring a shark and unexpected embraces.

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Rick’s bond with a Port Jackson shark is tight. His friend, a marked female shark, is recognizable by these patterns. Rick plunges deep into the ocean, equipped with an oxygen tank and regulator, to locate his aquatic companion.

The shark, residing near Nobbys Beach in New South Wales, remains nameless. She displays a keen awareness of her human friend. Rick initiated interaction when she was just six inches long, gently approaching to avoid startling her before tenderly touching her.

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Rick further expressed, “Whenever I can, I still embrace her. She’s in great shape and always a delight.”

Once she grew accustomed to his presence, Rick comforted her by cradling her in his palm and gently blowing bubbles from his regulator towards her. Throughout her initial season, Rick maintained this routine, allowing her to recognize and swim towards him for cuddles and pats. Over time, the shark grew more familiar with Rick and began approaching him in the water. She’d affectionately tap his legs until he embraced her.

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Image Courtesy: Facebook/Ricksdiveschool
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There’s a common misconception that sharks lurk in the sea, eagerly awaiting to feast on human flesh. Rick, however, bravely dives with various shark species including great white, tiger, bull, hammerhead, banjo, and grey nurse sharks, despite his fear of these majestic creatures.