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A surfer is lucky to be alive after a shark takes a bite out of a surfboard.
And then added him as a well luckily he survived he's speaking for the very first time and what do you say actually can't.
Tasted thank you by -- -- yeah.
-- -- I mean that is the question I was like what we're getting is that didn't put.
Taste it tasted giants not only can really let our question sharks tend to tasted before they actually swallowed and that's really okay every -- -- right would have could have anybody.
Donald Dell to -- on exactly what happens these are.
Right you -- right.
And we can only smile about this because the guy is okay you know what do you do if you get tasted by a great white well.
Asked Scott Stevens -- 25 year old surfer.
Who and I was on his board it was often -- jetty near the coast of Eureka, California yesterday morning that's when a shark bit him that.
-- his board let's.
My -- underwater in.
And punched a fair dealings I've had local tennis -- -- -- Punched the shark on the side of the head and was released Stevens has a fourteen inch bite wound on his side but no major damage done.
He's going to be okay and this is just the latest in a series of shark attacks.
Off the California coast this year including one just last week.
When -- 39 year old surfer was killed in Santa Barbara County.
Experts blame a great white about fifteen to sixteen feet long.
In that attack and then back over the spring and summer to kayak -- is reported that sharks had bitten their boats.
But you know better to have your -- -- than say your torso right Jenna.
Absolutely I can't believe that story easiest -- -- I saw looks like -- movies he's so lucky moment.
-- -- -- -- they hit an inside the head John was like that's silly deal at doing good with.
But get this but she didn't go go for the eyes go for the guys -- now we now Derrick thank you.
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