Shark bites Instagram model during Bahamas photo shoot

12 Juillet, 2018, 04:54 | Auteur: Therese Cote
  • Staniel Cay Marina

The 19-year-old, who was on vacation with her boyfriend and his family, set out to join a group of snorkelers - despite the fact that her boyfriend was "freaking out".

An Instagram model was been bitten by a shark during a photo shoot in the Bahamas.

One Instagram model went from swimming with sharks to nearly swimming with the fishes.

But as she posed for a photo, a shark latched onto Zarutskie's arm. "They were just screaming at me not to do it", she said.

Zarutskie's boyfriend's father was snapping photos of her at the time and managed to capture the moment she was dragged under by the five-foot shark.

You see, Katarina grew up in a surfing community in Southern California and has no fear of sharks, which is why she was so calm about swimming with them. She said she doesn't regret it and would do it again. "I've seen countless photos of people with them on Instagram".

"Adrenaline was kicking in and I just knew I needed to get out of the water", she said, leery of riling up the sharks with blood in the water.

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However when she was encouraged to lie back by a local resident, Katarina was bitten by a shark with it pulling her under water for several seconds. Katarina posted them to social media, where she's been overwhelmed with comments asking for details.

"I would recommend people to do it, but be smart about it".

She jumped into the water on her own, without any sort of tour guide.

Zarutskie said she immediately headed for the stairs to get out of the water, holding her bloody arm above her head to keep it out of the water.

She does not want the experience or photographs to put off others from visiting the area or interacting with local wildlife when overseas, and describes the Exumas as the "most handsome place" she has ever visited.

Since coming out of the water and reflecting on the situation, she added: "They are wild animals and it's an uncontrollable situation".

"You can't even predict how another human is going to react to situations, let alone an animal".

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