mardi 8 septembre 2009

Nos amis les betes

J'ai recu un mail cet aprem, je ne suis pas sur si c'est une info ou une intox.

Family on holiday in GANSBAAI for a week and a half when husband, wife and their 15 year old son decided to go scuba diving. The husband is in the navy and has had some scuba experience.

His son wanted a picture of his mum and dad in all their gear so he got the under water camera ready to go. When it came to taking the picture the dad realized that the son looked like he was panicking as he took it and gave the 'OK' hand sign to see if he was all right. ? The son took the picture and swam to the surface and back to the boat as quickly as he could so the mum and dad followed to see if he was OK. When they got back to him he was scrambling onto the boat and absolutely panicking. When the parents asked why he said 'there was a shark behind you.' The dad thought he was joking but the skipper of the boat said it was true but they wouldn't believe him. ?As soon as they got back to the hotel they loaded the picture onto the laptop and> this is what they saw. (Try and tell me you wouldn't have emptied your entire digestive system right at the point you saw it).> > Now look at the picture!

Would you have stayed to take the picture? Maybe what saved them was that the shark wasn't hungry, they were in the Water not on the surface, and there was no fear coming from them - only Because they were not aware. Probably better that the kid didn't point for Them to look behind them. ?

Gansbaai est une ville non loin du Cap assez notoire pour ses grands blancs. Si la photo est vrai elle est, pour le moins impressionnante.

Dommage pour les commentaires debiles et non informes, cette peur du requin me fatigue. Moustique et hippo tuent beaucoup plus de monde, pourtant personne ne demande la "peau" de la bete a chaque mort. Les lions qui attaquent sont dangereux et developpent un gout pour l'homme, une proie facile, si les requins etaient pareils, les attaques seraient autrement plus nombreuses

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