The man told that he saw small fish near him while swimming. At the same time, his eyes fell on a shark nearby. (Photo: Instagram/@surfnweatherman)
Recently, a surfer from America was surrounded by sharks but he narrowly escaped. The video of this scary incident is becoming quite viral on social media and people are getting stunned to see it.
You must have seen a shark in TV or in a zoo associated with any sea creatures. Sharks are very dangerous fish that attack humans and can even eat them. In many countries, cases related to shark attacks have been reported in which people have lost their lives or have been seriously injured. Recently, a surfer from America was also surrounded by sharks but he narrowly escaped. The video of this scary incident is becoming quite viral on social media and people are getting stunned to see it.
Ellie McDonald and her fiancée Laura Evans, living in Florida, USA, recently went to the beach of Brevard County to enjoy surfing. Here, as soon as Eli saw the high waves of the sea, he felt like surfing. Eli was at sea and Laura was making videos of him from the beach. According to the report of the Daily Star, Eli saw some small fish near him. He was trying to watch them carefully when suddenly his eyes fell on a shark hovering nearby. Eli was stunned to see this scene. When he looked around, more sharks were roaming around him.
Laura said- “As soon as I saw the sharks near Eli, I got scared and thought I should scream loudly and run to him to save him. But I calmed myself first and thought that Ellie knew what to do in this situation. I also knew that such a situation would be thrilling for Ellie, so I immediately started taking photos and making videos of her.” Eli swam out of the sea quickly and his life was saved that day. But Eli’s spirits were so strong that the next day he started surfing again. Many people have given their feedback on this video of Ellie. Many people are scared to see the video, while a knowledgeable surfer said that they must be spinner sharks which usually do not attack. These sharks are found in the Atlantic Ocean.