WARNING! Some graphic material. Todd Endris, a California surfer, survived a brutal shark attack when he was attacked three times by a 3,0 lb, 17 foot Great White Shark. His life was saved by a group of dolphins that distracted the shark enough to allow another surfer, who in an incredible act of courage, swam into the blood pool and helped him back to shore. It took 700 stitches to close his wounds.
Todd, not wanting this to ever happen to another person, is now working with the International Shark Attack Research Fund (ISARF) a private non-profit educational foundation and research center dedicated to developing affordable technologies to prevent future shark attacks on humans. More info at w.ISARF.org
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