Beautiful story: a kind shark always approaches a diver and wants to hug him when he dives

This story hits everyone because it involves a shark and a hug.

Teddy bears are the first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word “cuddle”. Since sharks are ferocious cannibals, the word “cuddle” is never associated with them.

Rick Anderson is a man who has a special relationship with the Port Jackson shark. This shark buddy has body markings. Rick is able to recognize his friend from these markings.

The shark, which has yet to be named, has been found in the ocean off Nobbys Beach in New South Wales, Australia. She always seems to recognize her human friend. Rick started playing with her when she was only six inches long.

Talking to us, “I still hug her when I get the chance”, Rick said.

He cradled her in the palm of his hand and whispered soothingly through his regulator after she got to know him. Rick did this every time she was there during the first season. The shark got used to Rick and swam up to him whenever he passed by.

The other divers find Rick’s friendship incredible because he doesn’t even feed her. He treats sharks the same way he treats dogs and even plays with other sharks.

Thinking of sharks as creatures waiting in the ocean to eat human flesh is a common misconception, he argues, is a common misconception.

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