Eaten Alive - Great White Shark





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Published on Aug 11, 2009

Hear the amazing story of the Australian abalone diver, Eric, who found himself inside a great white shark, being eaten alive.

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he should of just talked to the shark and bored him to death with his voice..
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Matt Williams
This guy has earned the right to embellish the story a bit. He should just say that he tore that fucker's eyes out with his bare hands.
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Wow, what a shitty day...
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This guy speaks like a zombie Something creepy about him
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Sam Rosenbalm
The shark didn't perceive he would leave the water. Sharks are used to marine animals which don't leave the water. The shark was circling, waiting for him to weaken or bleed out so it could finish it's meal. The shark could have moved in at any point but probably sensed danger because he fought back. So the shark was patiently biding his time, and you can bet that shark was going nowhere. It would have circled until his prey weakened enough to move in to finish.
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What the fudge led me here...
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Erik Blidner
Well thanks for the nightmares
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If humans had the ability to instantly self terminate with a single thought, I would have closed my eyes and ended my life the moment I realized I was in a shark's mouth. Actually, it's probably best we don't have such an ability. There were a few moments during high school when I might have used that ability to escape embarrassing situations...
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Trevor Williams
"If it wanted me it could have had me" Dude don't dismiss how amazing you did!
There is no god and whatever god you think there might be, had fuck all to do with this. For those morons who criticise his speech, he has more clarity than your average sepo. He also has more brains & mental clarity to be able to do what he did to save himself, than the average sepo as well. People who are not accustomed to public speaking often speak in monotone. To me he sounds like an Aussie country boy who doesn't socialize much, apart from with his buddies.
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