Shark Asks Divers For Help In the Bahamas

An amazing event occurred on a recent shark interaction scuba dive at Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas - a shark actually sought out shark wranglers for help with a rope wrapped around its body.

On April 4th 2015, Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas witnessed a shark approach their shark feed and ASK for help to remove a rope that was tight around her throat! Shark Wranglers Charlotte Faulkner (from the UK) and Pia Venegas (from Argentina) were able to help the shark and remove the rope. The shark stayed around the feed afterwards and has been back several days since the encounter. Check out this amazing video of the unique experience:

"Sharks are not a fearsome as many assume in The Bahamas"

William Cline, Agent

Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas is the leading scuba diving resort in The Bahamas, with daily dives on the famous reefs, wrecks, and walls of New Providence. More information on their excursions can be found at or on

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