Shark Bite Victim 'Punched' His Way Out Of Danger
A teenager was bitten by a shark in Volusia County, Florida, Sunday. It's the 11th such attack the area has seen this year.By Leah Becerra | October 4, 2015
On Sunday, a 14-year-old boy became the 11th shark bite victim in Volusia County, Florida, this year.
The Volusia County Beach Safety Captain told ABC News, the teenager was paddling on his surfboard roughly 15 miles south of Daytona Beach when black-tip shark bit him once on his hand. (Video via Volusia County)
Common advice about how to handle these types of situations is to attempt to hit the shark on its nose. But since only Aquaman can successfully do that underwater, marine biologist David Shiffman advises to grab the fish's eyes, or even its gills, instead. (Video via Discovery)