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How To Survive A Shark Attack
By: Anna Llewellyn
If you spot a shark and it hasn't started attacking yet, don't splash or make any sudden movements because that will just attract the sharks attention. Start swimming very slowly and quietly to shore and try to be as quiet as possible and always keep eye contact with the shark.
If you can't get away in time and the shark gets really close to you, fight back aggressively by hitting it in the eyes, nose and gills with your fists.
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If the shark gets ahold of you, thrash violently and fight as hard as you can until it lets go of you.
Get as far away from the shark as possible and swim to shore as fast as possible.
When you get to shore, call for medical help or find somebody to help you immediately.
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