Watch this dude try to wash his hands off after landing a fish at Everglades National Park and get dragged into the water by a bull shark ๐Ÿ˜จ
ยท Jun 27, 2023 ยท

Ah man, there's nothing better than a nice day out on the boat drinking beer and catching fish.

You can easily get caught up in the moment after landing a fighter and getting your hands all gooey with all that fish stuff that came off her. You might think, like Nick did in this next video, that it's safe at Florida Everglades National Park to just kind of wash off your hands in the water like it's a stream in the Midwest or something.

And in that, you'd be wrong, cuz watch:




Scary stuff right there.

WPLG reported that park rangers responded to the scene and treated the man for a hand injury. He was then airlifted to Jackson South Medical Center by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel, per the station...

It is unclear which species of shark bit the man, but one species of shark known to inhabit the Everglades is the bull shark โˆ’ a mid-size predatory shark that can inhabit both freshwater and saltwater habitats. Bull sharks are often considered to be the most dangerous sharks to humans because of their aggressive tendencies, according to the National Wildlife Foundation.

I guess I'll be thinking twice next time I need to rinse my hands out on the boat.

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