Beachgoers save dead pregnant shark's pups and lead them to their first swim

The remarkable footage shows a man perform a c-section on the beach after his companion noticed the animal twitching
Most people would walk away from a dead animal on the beach, while others upon realising it was a shark might stop to take a picture.

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+16 1. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

Sad, but also beautiful... Good work on them, live and let live <3
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+7 2. IDK399 commented 8 years ago

In a few years it just might bite his leg off :)
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-13 3. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#2 How can it it's dead :S
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+10 4. marleymanbob commented 8 years ago

#3 Really?!?! Why on earth do you think he meant the dead shark?!?!
what about the babies?
Man ppl can be thick!
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+6 5. YoArgentino commented 8 years ago

Saving a shark! So cute!
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+2 6. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

I wonder what blew that big hole in the shark's neck ?
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0 7. sp176 commented 8 years ago

Will they live? Do baby sharks fend for themselves, or does the mother find food for them?
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+1 8. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

#7 Fend for themselves. Obviously they're perfect snack size right now but some might live if they can find a good hiding place!