Hawaii has its own Shark Attack ‘surf’ sport
HAWAII, Hawaii — The world has never seen a shark attack in Hawaii.
It was only in 2007 when a shark ripped a gill cover off the mouth of a Hawaiian fisherman and plunged into the ocean below.
But this time around, the attack occurred in an underwater dive site called Maui Beach.
The attack occurred as a member of the local Shark Attack Club, which is made up of members of the public and local dive instructors, was training for a dive on the island of Maui.
In a video posted to Facebook, a diver is seen standing by a pool with the lights off, holding a towel, and pointing to the water.
The video shows a shark charging towards the diver with its mouth open.
But as the shark approaches the diver, it suddenly jumps and turns its head.
The shark is then heard screaming and lunges at the diver.
The diver was able to duck underneath and was able grab onto the edge of the water to protect himself.
It was at that point that the diver saw the shark and dove.
The attack happened at about 1:30 p.m.
(2:30 a.m., Pacific) on Maui beach, near the entrance to Maui Island.
Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources said in a news release that the dive was “safe and successful,” but that it would be “monitoring the situation.”
This isn’t the first time a shark has attacked a diver in Hawaii’s ocean.
In 2016, a shark attacked a man in his 20s while he was in a dive.
He was saved by a diver and was treated and released.
In a recent report by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, researchers said that sharks have been attacked by a shark and that they often have to be saved by divers.
A woman was bitten by a 10-foot-long shark while swimming with her husband in Waianae Bay, off the state’s east coast in 2014.
The couple survived, but it was a horrific experience for the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, who suffered a bite to her neck.