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Australian lifeguards use surfboards to help stranded tiger sharks return to the sea

Release date: 2018-11-30
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On the 27th, a lifeguard in Bundy Beach, Sydney, Australia, successfully used a surfboard to help a tiger shark that had crossed the fishing net and was washed by seawater to return to the sea.

The lifeguard, with the help of colleagues, carefully placed the stranded tiger shark on his surfboard, then rowed to the sea and released it, the video showed. The lifeguard's heart-warming move was praised by the beach tourists and they cheered him. One woman said: "This kind of scene can only be seen in Australia. Another tourist said: "It's wonderful! "

Back on shore, the lifeguard was overjoyed. "It's one of the most incredible things I 've ever done," he said. "

Video photographer Shidifu•huolande said lifeguards need to take tiger sharks for "a long distance" and "about 200 to 300 meters to bring tiger sharks back to the sea." "There were about 20 onshore onlookers and they were cheering for lifeguards. It was an exciting moment," he said. "

Original title: Australian lifeguard used surfboards to help stranded tiger sharks return to the sea was praised


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