Nina Coleman was part of a group of scuba divers exploring a reef, when she became aware of a sudden panic among her fellow divers. Terrifyingly for the divers, the huge predator swam towards the group. To her amazement and horror, the environmental management student realised that a five-metre long great white shark was swimming through the water just a few feet away.Footage shows divers looking on in fear, as the great white slowly makes its way through the water.Fortunately for the divers, the fearsome predator had other things on its mind, as it calmly swam away.Given that sharks normally live in cold waters, Ms Coleman was surprised to have come across one on her dive.She said: “Great whites have never before been seen in Indonesia as they are a cold water species so it was a strange phenomenon.Great White Shark (Image: GETTY)Great White Shark (Image: GETTY)“It does lead us all to wonder what is a great white doing in Indonesian waters?”As a way of an explanation, the young student suggested that changing ocean currents may be leading to the displacement of ocean-dwelling animals from their normal habitatsHowever, a leading expert on sharks said people should not be surprised to… Read full this story
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