SHARK ATTACK SURVIVOR

 
SHARK ATTACK SURVIVOR
SHARK ATTACK SURVIVOR

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  • Feature Reference: 00912976_000003
  • Date: 20190620
  • Headline: SHARK ATTACK SURVIVOR
  • Caption: Pic by Caters News - (Pictured: Paul De Gelder) - A shark attack survivor who is now a double amputee says his gruesome attack encouraged him to become an advocate for the predators. Paul De Gelder, 42, from Melbourne, Aus, was attacked by a bull shark in 2009 in Sydney harbour but claims that his ordeal has caused him to become obsessed with sharks. Former Navy clearance diver, Paul, was carrying out a routine military exercise when his right lower arm and leg were ripped off by the apex predator. Paul is now a motivational speaker, who participates in shark week every year to raise awareness of how important they are for the ecosystem. SEE CATERS COPY - //CATERSNEWSAGENCY_CATERS1351/1906211131/Credit:CATERS/SIPA/1906211135
  • Authors: CATERS/SIPA
  • Keywords: NEWS