Wondering rygsvømmende shark: - Is this normal?

Tourists on a hajsafari in Australia got an extremely rare sight, as they were on the tour with Calypso Star Charters at the beginning of October. The so name

Wondering rygsvømmende shark: - Is this normal?

Tourists on a hajsafari in Australia got an extremely rare sight, as they were on the tour with Calypso Star Charters at the beginning of October. The so name

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 November 2019 Friday 04:00
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Wondering rygsvømmende shark: - Is this normal?

Tourists on a hajsafari in Australia got an extremely rare sight, as they were on the tour with Calypso Star Charters at the beginning of October.

The so namely a hvidhaj swim with the belly upwards at the surface of the water, which is something you almost never see, writes Fox News.

'We are looking at all not here very often. In fact, it led the time captain Dave see it with my own eyes', writes Calypso Star Charters on the unusual sight on their Facebook page, where they also shared a video of the shark.

- The rygsvømmede for several several seconds as seen in the video, but it was in the vicinity of our dykkerbur for several hours, to our guests ' great pleasure, tells a spokesperson Calypso Star Charters, which estimates that the shark was about 3.5 meters long.

To turn a shark on the head can bring in a trancelignende condition known as tonic immobility, but despite the similarities, it would supposedly not be the case here.

Updated: 01.11.2019 04:00
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