Brave moment, man jumps into the water with a great white shark – while maneaters' packs see themselves partying at a nearby whale carcass
- Images have been made of a man swimming with a great white shark
- The clip was uploaded to social media on Tuesday and received 260 responses
- A whale carcass washed ashore in the same area on the New South Wales coast
- The reactions to the video were mixed as to whether the man was brave or stupid
The incredible moment that a man jumps into the water with a great white shark on the southern coast of New South Wales has been captured on video.
The video was uploaded to social media on Tuesday and received fewer than 260 responses in less than a day.
& # 39; Tathra today. Some swim with a great white shark! & # 39; the caption to the post is.
In the video you see a man wearing only board shorts, a snorkel and a spear gun swimming through the water near a jetty – moments after a great white shark glides through the water.
Niet Do not know which bite would be worse, the cold bite of the water this time of year or the shark. . . Get a guy wet! & # 39; said a commentator.
& # 39; It's really brave or very stupid, & # 39; another said.
A young humpback whale was found in the same area washed up on rocks on Tathra Beach on the Sapphire Coast on Monday.
People have been warned to stay out of the water even after the whale carcass has been removed.
Removing the body was difficult because sharks were in the area and spectators wanted to see the operation, a Bega Valley Shire Council AAP spokesperson said in a statement.
The National Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW Department of Primary Industries helped the municipality remove the whale on Tuesday.
The whale is removed at an approved waste facility.
Tathra Beach will remain closed until at least Thursday, although the yard is expected to open again later on Tuesday.
The incredible moment that a man jumps into the water with a great white shark on the southern coast of New South Wales has been captured on video
People were urged to stay out of the water until the sharks spread, the council spokesman said.
& # 39; Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for some young whales to be unable to make the long journey to their Antarctic feeding grounds, & # 39; said the spokesman.
The council expects that around 35,000 humpback whales will pass the sapphire coast this coastal season.
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