Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

A desperate adventurer from New Zealand dives to swim with huge sea predators. He argues that close contact soothes sharks and helps to find common language with them. These deadly walking is a favorite pastime diver.

See more underwater pictures of daredevil and the sea monsters, blood-curdling.Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharksOn shocking pictures show how a 4-metre shark swims just inches from the intrepid diver. A desperate diver believes that close contact soothes toothy predators. He compares this activity with communication with the cool kids in the pub.

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharksRiley Smith (Riley Elliott), nicknamed the Man-shark photographed in New Zealand the moment when the furious 4-foot Mako shark bites the boat, to using aggression to show their superiority.

A native of Canada who grew up in New Zealand, Riley Elliott has been in 60 countries, studying the life of the underwater world in General and sharks in particular.

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Riley is an experienced diver, but in his recent interview with New Zealand Herald he confessed that he was afraid to surf. According to him, "the surfers are doing everything to provoke a shark to bite yourself." Perhaps this is why Queen of the ocean usually are so aggressively opposed to extreme sports enthusiasts.

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Smile of death: as the intrepid diver is in contact with sharks

Communication with sharks takes a lot of courage, stamina, and fitness. Desperate diver from New Zealand has all these qualities and lovingly refers to his toothy companions. Walking next to the huge monster his hobby, which is unlikely many on the shoulder. "To overcome fear, you need to look danger in the face." This statement has long been known to many, and Riley Elliott regularly applies it in practice.

Model from Hawaii too friendly with the sharks and fearlessly splashing with them in the ocean waters. Girl acts in defense of marine predators and says that they are less dangerous to people than people to them.

Keywords: Shark | Diver | Defense | Researchers | Monsters | Sea | Divers | Danger | Behavior | Courage | Fear | Predators | Bravery | Jaw

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