Incredible moment marine biologist reveals exactly how to fend off a killer shark if you come face-to-face with one

Incredible moment marine biologist reveals exactly how to fend off a killer shark if you come face-to-face with one

AN incredible video shows the moment a woman comes face-to-face with a deadly tiger shark.

Marine biologist Andriana Fragola demonstrates how to fend off the enormous creature – the most dangerous behind a great white.


The jaw-dropping footage shows Andriana, known as Andriana Marine online, stay calm as the shark approaches as she dives off Hawaii.

It swims right up to her and in a heart-stopping moment Andriana rests her hand on the shark's nose.

She then describes what to do next if you ever find yourself in the company of a shark.

She says: "If you are ever in this rare situation where a tiger shark approaches you, this is what you should do.

"As the shark gets closer make sure you maintain eye contact, reach out your hand and lock your elbow."


She continues: "Then press your hand flat on the top of the shark's head and follow through by pushing up and over them.

"Leave your hand along the side of their body to maintain that extra space in case the shark decides to turn back to you again.

"Then after the shark starts to swim away make sure to do a look around and make sure there are no other sharks approaching you."

She shared the video on TikTok on Monday and it has already racked up 4.1million likes.


In a separate post, Andriana explains that the key to staying safe during a shark encounter is remaining calm and making eye contact.

She adds: "Swimming away is the worst possible thing you could do and if you try and extend your fins to block, the tiger will likely plow right through them."

Viewers were stunned by Andriana's encounter and how calm she remained throughout.

One commented: "I would never put myself in that situation."

Another said: "If this happened in real life to me, I'm telling you right now there's no way I'd be able to staycalm like that."

And one user joked: "There's also another trick and it's to stay on dry land."

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