Liya Sibili vs Marcella

On December 25, 2012  Liya Sibili, of Gauteng, was attacked and killed by a shark while swimming at the notorious Second Beach, Port St. Johns.

Billed as the most dangerous beach in the world after seven fatal attacks in as many years.

Did Marcella visit Second Beach on December 25 and could Marcella have come across Liya Sibili?

Marcella

Marcella

Marcella was travelling South West of Port Saint John’s on Dec 24 2012 6.16pm and was North East of Port Saint John’s on Dec 26 2012 6.51am.

Port St. John

Port St. John and Marcella Track
http://sharks-ocearch.verite.com/

Did Marcella visit Second Beach on December 25 and could Marcella have come across Liya Sibili?

Keep up with Marcella’s track at http://sharks-ocearch.verite.com/

We would like to Thank Mr. Umit Ucar for submitting this information.

 

 

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Aggressive Shark At Tunnels

Terry Lilly got a beautiful picture and a bit of a scare spearfishing at Tunnels recently. After spearing a fish, a Galapagos shark charged in and stole it. Lilly says the 10-foot shark was one of the most aggressive he’s encountered, even following him toward the shore. In 3 feet of water, the shark’s fin protruded above the surface, causing some screaming among beach-goers …

http://www.midweekkauai.com

 

 

Spearfisherman encounters tiger shark off of Hawaii

Spearfishing at Police Beach til the grey ninja bully showed up.
this happened at 11:30 sat 6-9-12 about 150 yards offshore in 10-12 feet of water

spearfishing at Police Beach til the grey ninja bully showed up. this happened at 11:30 sat 6-9-12 about 150 yards offshore in 10-12 feet of water

spearfishing at Police Beach til the grey ninja bully showed up.
this happened at 11:30 sat 6-9-12 about 150 yards offshore in 10-12 feet of water

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British tourist pulls shark away from Australia beach

Paul Marshallsea wrestled with the 6ft fish when it swam towards beachgoers on Bulcock Beach on Australia’s Queensland coast.

Paul Marshallsea wrestled with the 6ft fish when it swam towards beachgoers on Bulcock Beach on Australia’s Queensland coast.

 

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Video uploaded by IBTimesUK on 21. January 2013 : A British holidaymaker grappled with a shark in shallow waters off a busy beach as children frolicked in the sea. Paul Marshallsea wrestled with the 6ft fish when it swam towards beachgoers on Bulcock Beach on Australia’s Queensland coast. The 62-year-old went into action when an alarm rang that a shark was in the water. Marshallsea, a grandfather, told WalesOnline: “We got hold of his tail and pulled with all our might to get the shark back into deep enough water so that the poor thing could survive. “While I was pulling the shark by the tail back into deeper water her 2ft-long babies were swimming through my legs. They must have got lost and marooned by the shallow sandbanks and got beached. “But the trouble was when we got the shark to just over knee deep it then turned on us and just missed me with a bite which was a fraction away from my leg. Written by Dominic Gover –

 

 

Bull shark gets into swimming enclosure

A LARGE shark managed to get into a swimming enclosure near a popular picnic spot on Macleay Island, off the southeast Queensland coast.

 A LARGE shark managed to get into a swimming enclosure near a popular picnic spot on Macleay Island, off the southeast Queensland coast.

A LARGE shark managed to get into a swimming enclosure near a popular picnic spot on Macleay Island, off the southeast Queensland coast.

Police were alerted to the bull shark in the swimming area, which is surrounded by a net, at Macleay Island in Moreton Bay about 7.30am (AEST) on Saturday.

The shark stayed in the enclosure near the picnic spot Pats Park for some time before swimming out about 11am (AEST), according to police on the island.

“The shark net there isn’t real flash. It doesn’t quite go down to the sea bed so anything can slide in underneath,” Sergeant Dave McDougall told AAP.

He said it was the first time he heard of a shark swimming into the section.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/