Recently, a diver was bitten by angry sharks off the coast of Cornwall when she was scuba diving.
She is blaming global warming for what happened to her as apparently, around 12-13 species of sharks have reportedly swum to the British waters following the concerns of melting icecaps.
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She said that the only good thing about living in the United Kingdom was that it was safe from threatening or deadly creatures.
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The unnamed diver uploaded her video online in which she is seen surrounded by a herd of Blue Sharks. She said that she had previously swum with the blue sharks and was thrilled to have to opportunity to do it again.
However, this time, the only difference was that there were a lot of sharks swimming and there was a lot of interest. It was difficult for her to keep an eye on the sharks that were coming at her from all the angles.
They were repeatedly bumping and barging her, and some even bit her. Then they formed a circle around the boat ensuring that she couldn’t escape. However, she managed to get on the boat, but the sharks breached the water to bite her.
No wonder why Blue Sharks are nicknamed ‘The Wolves of the Sea!’ They hunt in a group just like wolves.
It wasn’t a big attack; blue sharks are not known for hurting humans. They just had a little dab at the diver because she was in their territory in the Cornish sea.
It is not the first time people have witnessed such sightings in the Cornish seas. Sharks from the Mediterranean and the Pacific are swimming towards the European waters due to the so-called global warming.
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