Katarina Zarutskie, a 19-year-old University of Miami student was floating in the water in a Bahamas resort, when a group of sharks surrounded her. They seemed calm, so her boyfriend began taking photos.
Suddenly, Zarutskie felt something on her arm and was pulled underwater. She told local10.com that, “Next thing I knew, I was underwater and adrenaline just kicks in.”
She grew up surfing in California, so she tried to stay calm, but it was undoubtedly a scary experience.
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