Shark Attacks in Red Sea Omar Khaleg 06-04-2016

Omar khaleq Egyptian twenty three year old young man swimming in Red Sea was attacked by shark three times in five minutes which caused amputation on leg Omar khaleq shark attack red sea

Devoured by a shark made Egyptian man was swimming during a cruise in the Red Sea, in the first such attack since the killing of a German proverb in 2015.

A shark attacked a young man AMR abdulkhaleq, aged 23, was swimming away from shore and fled, and immediately the young friends escorts him at once by dragging it away and save him from death.

Hassan Amin, head of the Maritime Rescue Association office in Suez for the Egyptian media that the accident caused the amputation of his left leg full of young Omar, who is now hospitalized in intensive care in a hospital in Suez, adding that he suffered from severe neurological trauma caused by the incident.

He added, that a fish attacked the guy three times in five minutes, and instantly the captain threw mkhtav into the water to pull the young man and save him, with the shark boat collided, causing panic for everyone on board.

Syed n a young Suez and witnessed the incident, that detail is a group of young men hired Lynch Guide to cruise for swimming and fishing, where they set off from Marina Bay area always Valley Sokhna, adding that three young people who jump into deep water for Pool, minutes before the victim by jumping in the same area for swimming

He adds that the young man was surprised by a shark bite and devour portions before letting go and run, so his friends save him and pulled him from the water and climb up to the boat and then to the hospital.

Said the Red Sea maritime Salvage Association, good perfume, that information had reached the Assembly through an official communication made by its representative at Suez, according to tourist boats called “cream” and led by a driver called alsafory a weird passengers and Omar khaleq, 23-year-old boy attacked by a shark in front of a lantern Abu stairs when doom Valley area, in water depth ranging from 23 to 30 meters into the Sea 2 nautical miles, and was certainly in the left foot injury from above the knee, and a shark with a length of 3 meters.

He added that the rescue units were informed that SHT Tabke Valley, which hastened to the scene fast yachts and watched the sharks dealt with arrows accompanying balloons even managed to hit him, but he escaped after an injury to deep water in the sea and disappear despite injury.

He said that this shark is called “Mako” and by the year 2010 by Braunfels and didn’t attack anyone then or shoot him, they killed a tourist Germany last year, adding she is fierce and dangerous.

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Omar khaleq Egyptian twenty three year old young man swimming in Red Sea was attacked by shark three times in five minutes which caused amputation on leg shark attack red sea

Omar khaleq Egyptian twenty three year old young man swimming in Red Sea was attacked by shark three times in five minutes which caused amputation on leg shark attack red sea.

Shark attack kills German tourist at Red Sea resort in Egypt 2015

AL-QUSAIR, Egypt, March 22 (UPI) — A German tourist is dead after a shark bit his leg off at a resort on Egypt’s Red Sea coast, according to officials.

The unidentified 52-year-old man died after being rushed to a hospital Sunday in the coastal city of al-Qusair. Officials said the shark bit his leg off below the knee. An investigation is underway.

An official with the German Embassy in Cairo confirmed reports that a German citizen died in the area but said they had not been notified of a cause of death.

The last recorded shark attack in the region, which is a popular diving destination, occurred in 2010 when a 70-year-old woman — also a German tourist — was killed while snorkeling in waters off Sharm el-Sheikh.

The 2010 attack came just days after four Eastern European tourists were injured in shark attacks in the same waters, which are reportedly abundant with oceanic whitetip sharks. The attacks prompted a week-long closure of the Sharm el-Sheikh resort.

A Frenchwoman was killed by a shark a year earlier in waters around al-Qusair.

Sunday’s attack comes four days after a doctor from Kansas City, Mo., suffered lacerations to his left forearm and thigh after being attacked by a tiger shark in waters off Hapuna Beach, Hawaii.

http://www.upi.com

Randall Jordan Guilty of breaking Florida Shark Feeding Law

Shark Cowboy Randall Jordan Guilty of breaking Florida Fish Feeding Law.

Guilty on all three counts.
– No jail time. 12 months probation.
– Total $1,500 fines.
– Must pay court costs $1,800.
– Community service.
– Investigation costs to be determined later.

The investigation costs share could be high. the State Attorney said during sentencing that they wanted to hurt Jordan in the pocket book which was his motivation for doing this shark feeding activity.

Feeding sharks to make a buck is not conservation. Commodifying predators and/or entrainment of sharks is not conservation. It is animal abuse.

We ask divers to boycott boats, captains, instructors, divers and businesses that break Florida law by feeding or baiting fish for amusement and to avoid shark education awareness scams, etc. Report violations of law to the FWC by calling the Wildlife Alert hotline at 1-888-404-3922. You can also text or email Tip@MyFWC.com.

 

Another Second Beach South Africa Shark Attack

Death stared him in the eye

A MTHATHA businessman who survived a shark attack at a Port St Johns beach this week told how he wrestled with it while terrified bathers fled the water around him.

MIRACLE SURVIVOR: Fundile Nodumla is admitted at Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha after fighting off a shark with bare hands in the shallow water of Port St Johns Second Beach on Sunday. INSET: Nodumla after the attack.

MIRACLE SURVIVOR: Fundile Nodumla is admitted at Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha after fighting off a shark with bare hands in the shallow water of Port St Johns Second Beach on Sunday. INSET: Nodumla after the attack.
MIRACLE SURVIVOR: Fundile Nodumla is admitted at Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha after fighting off a shark with bare hands in the shallow water of Port St Johns Second Beach on Sunday. INSET: Nodumla after the attack. Picture: LULAMILE FENI
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SURVIVOR: Fundile Nogumla demonstrates the boxing stance he used to beat a shark on the head as it tore pieces out of him at Second Beach in Port St Johns on Sunday Picture: LULAMILE FENI

Fundile Nogumla, 39, of Zimphunzana in Mthatha said he “boxed” with the shark, raining blows down on its hard-as-a-brick head while it was tearing off pieces of flesh from his arms. He was attacked on Sunday while swimming at Second Beach, which is the country’s deadliest beach for shark attacks.

Nogumla, the eighth person to be attacked there since 2007 and the only survivor, believes that despite his gallant fight it was only through God’s will that he lived to tell the tale. “I boxed a shark and we drew,” he said. “I fought a good fight. As I beat it with fists, it bit off some flesh on my arms, it was like a toe-to- toe fight. A small voice inside me kept on telling me that I won’t die, but must fight strongly.”

Nogumla said while fighting off the shark he screamed for help but no one came to his aid.

“The only help came from God himself who gave me the strength to fight the shark. I came face-to-face with death but God saved me.”

As Nogumla told his story from his Bedford Orthopaedic Hospital bed, he made jokes about the encounter, showing nurses the boxing stances he used to fight off the shark.
But, when asked how he survived, he became serious.

“I just thought, oh God, my children are still young,” he said.

Nogumla and his family had driven from Mthatha to Port St Johns to spend Sunday afternoon on the beach. He said the whole family had swum.

“ My wife and children swam for about 30 minutes while I was looking after our youngest child sitting on the sand,” he recounted.

Although he had initially planned not to swim, when his family came out of the water he joined a group of about 30 bathers.

“I was in the middle of them – not in front, not in the back. The water was waist high.

“After just five minutes in the water there was suddenly this thrashing beside me. I jumped up and as I came down I saw death – a shark with its mouth wide open.”
He said he punched, kicked, prayed and screamed.

“It attacked me three or four times before I managed to run out of the water, bleeding and shaking with fear and praying that I would not die.”

Nogumla urged authorities at Port St Johns Municipality to ensure that such attacks are prevented. “How many have to die before something is done,” he said.

 

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