Two Daring Girls Narrowly Escape Being Eaten Alive After Diving Into Water Filled With Sharks (Video)

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Two girls who were daring enough to dive into a water filled with sharks have narrowly escaped tragic death.


This is the shocking moment two young girls dived into a shark-infested water without fear of being eaten.

A hair-raising footage shows the two girls diving into shark infested waters and has shocked and terrified viewers.

It was reported that the clip was filmed using a GoPro off the coast of Florida, USA.

The video shows the two lasses frolicking on a small yacht at sea, underneath the beaming sun.

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The girls then jump off the boat and splash into the water before hurriedly swimming back to the boat knowing fully well that the waters are said to be shark infested.

And the rumours soon prove to be true when they get ready for their next dive.

While standing on the edge of the boat ready to take another leap, one of the girls yells: “What is that?!”

They both stop in their tracks and one of them shouts: “That’s a shark.”

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Both of the girls scream while the men accompanying them laugh hysterically.

The video has racked up a whopping 3.8 million hits online.

And viewers of the clip made it very clear that they weren’t interested in swimming with sharks.

One YouTube user wrote: “Not in a million years would I put a toe in that water.”

Another commented: “Those girls have bigger balls than I do. I would not do that at all.”

And a third added: “They could have died. That was a bull shark and they actually attack people.”

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