We’ve all been there, watching as a newborn baby shark swims up to us and starts eating our hands and face.
Now imagine the horror of a newborn shark attacking your baby and biting you on the lips.
A baby shark’s bite is one of the most painful things you can experience in the water.
Here are some tips to make sure you’re not at risk of getting bitten.
If you have a child under the age of two, do not let your child play in the ocean, even if you’re on a surfboard.
A small child may drown if bitten by a shark.
If your child is too young to be bitten, don’t bring your child to the beach, even though it may be safe.
Do not let any of your children swim alone.
Be careful not to let your children get too close to sharks, as they may get caught in the jaws of the creatures.
If the shark bites your child, get your child on the beach.
You should also be cautious when driving in the area of beaches where you may be exposed to a shark, because the sharks are known to attack.
Always wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
Avoid swimming in the middle of the water, especially if you are wearing long-line swimsuits.
Make sure you bring your baby’s umbilical cord and a pacifier with you.
Be aware that a shark may bite your child in the mouth and not leave the bite.
Avoid touching the mouth of the shark, even when the shark is feeding on your child.
Avoid holding your child by the umbilicus when the tide is high, or by holding your baby by the shark’s tail when the water is calm.
Never leave a baby shark unattended in the surf or any other location where a shark might be feeding.
A shark may eat your child if they are caught in a shark’s jaws.
A child’s life is worth its whole.
Do NOT feed a shark unless you are prepared to do so in a life-threatening situation.
Sharks are carnivores that have no natural predators.
They do not eat plants, fish, or other animals.
They are omnivores that eat other animals, including humans.
Sharks have a high body temperature, and it can take up to a few minutes for a shark to reach the water’s surface.
A life-saving technique is to grab your child’s hand and keep it in your mouth.
This will help keep the shark from biting the child and could keep you from getting bitten if you have to swim alone or in the open ocean.
A person can only hold a child by their umbilica for about a minute.
Once the umbolica is released, the shark will move away and your child will be safe again.
Never let your dog swim in the sea, even at times when the surf is calm and the tide level is low.
Always use safety gear to swim, including a life jacket, swim cap, and a life vest.
Be sure to wear long pants, long shirts, long pants and long shirts in the same order as you would wear them to work, school, or any place where you have an interaction with people.
Always wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling any items that are not submerged in the oceans, even a small bottle of shampoo or soap.
If a shark is in your way, do NOT jump out of the surf to avoid being bitten.
Get into the water as fast as possible.
Avoid surfboard or kayak rides.
A kayak ride is an adventure that can be very dangerous for people and pets, and you may get a bit of a scare or a sharp shock.
In fact, you may even be injured.
Remember that sharks will chase you and will attack you if you don’t get out of their way quickly.
Keep your body and your head straight, and don’t give into panic or panic attacks.
Do everything you can to make yourself look like a shark and not look like an infant.