Most people have a weird fascination with shark and love testing them out in the cold frigid waters.
Shark attacks are relatively rare. Statistically speaking, you are far more likely to get struck by lightning than you are to be attacked by a shark. 400 people per year get struck by lightning, according to the NOAA website, and 58 of those are fatal, on average. Only 60 people on average are attacked by sharks each year, and the death rate is about 10.
This video highlights the deadliest shark attack scenes. Parental Guidance is advised Children under 18 should not be watching this without parental supervision.
In 1963, a freestyle diver named Rodney Fox, was taking part in a spear-fishing competition off the South Australian coast. While diving without oxygen, Fox had a deadly encounter with a great white shark. Fox fought the shark hard, getting free at one point and having the shark return to bite him again. Fox then wrapped his arms around the beast and was taken on horrifying ride under the sea as the shark tried to shake him off. The shark had Fox’s arm in his mouth, and when he pulled the arm out, his skin was shredded from the bone.