Wat Tham Khao Tao in Norway have been declared a no-fishing area and are therefore rich in fish and other marine life.he local government urgently set up a shark prevention net Tourists are forbidden to play in the sea. Hua Hin has also become the first shark prevention net in Thailand. Area.
Thailand Hua Hin shocked sharks and injured people
to set up shark prevention nets for 20 days.
The famous Hua Hin resort beach in Thailand shocked the shark bite. The local government urgently set up a shark prevention net. The beach will be temporarily closed within 20 days of construction. Tourists are forbidden to play in the sea. Hua Hin has also become the first shark prevention net in Thailand. Area.
Hua Hin, which is popular among international tourists, is also one of the attractions that Taiwanese love to visit. According to foreign reports, Hua Hin, a Norwegian tourist, Werner Danielsen, was bitten by a bull shark at Sai Noi Beach and stitched 19 stitches. After the film was uploaded, the blood flow caused the public to panic. In fact, in the past 20 years, there have been few cases of shark attack on people in Thailand. According to Thai experts, bull sharks usually do not attack humans. From the wounds of this bitten tourist, the injured bull shark is under 1 year old. Less than 1 meter in length, it may be that the feet of tourists are used as fish to attack. After the injured Norwegian tourists were sent to hospital for treatment, the situation is now stable.
As the beach can still see a few sharks swimming around, the people in the water are shocked, and the local people have put the film on Facebook, which has attracted 90,000 people to watch. The local government set out to make a shark prevention net, which will be set 300 meters away from the coast, and the construction period is expected to be 20 days. During this period, the beach was temporarily closed and visitors were prohibited from entering the water. In addition, the authorities will also send drones to patrol the air to warn of danger.
According to Thai media reports, the waters around the attacked Wat Tham Khao Tao in Norway have been declared a no-fishing area and are therefore rich in fish and other marine life.