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Shark Attacks Kayak Overseas

Shark Attacks Kayak Overseas

Postby Yako » 20 Dec 2016, 08:46

A report from 3 blokes in South Africa who had a very close encounter:
http://www.nsri.org.za/2016/12/paddlers ... encounter/
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Re: Shark Attacks Kayak Overseas

Postby Digger » 20 Dec 2016, 12:18

By the size of the bite and shape it was certainly a big White Shark I'd say.

Fortunately fibreglass is very filling, but where's all the brown around the bite location?
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Re: Shark Attacks Kayak Overseas

Postby mingle » 20 Dec 2016, 13:20

Glass is like peanut brittle, plastic is like a nice chewy toffee....
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Re: Shark Attacks Kayak Overseas

Postby Digger » 20 Dec 2016, 20:21

mingle wrote:Glass is like peanut brittle, plastic is like a nice chewy toffee....

Have you been moonlighting as a Noah Mike or do you simply have strange appetites?

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