Andrea Lynch yang comel
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Andrea Lynch shows her shark bite injuries
American student Andrea Lynch shows her injuries after she was bitten by a 6ft bull shark as she floated in the sea off Florida.
The 20-year-old needed 100 stitches to 17 wounds after the attack on a boat trip to Sarasota Bay.
Doctors said the shark’s teeth got close to her lungs but avoided all her major organs.
Ms Lynch said at first her friends refused to believe that a shark had attacked her.
She said: “I got on the boat and my friend was, like, ‘Do I need to call 911?’”
“I reached back with my hand and felt all these gashes on me, and there was blood running down my body and pooling in the boat.”
“I was screaming. There was blood all over.”
Ms Lynch had 17 puncture wounds. Doctors said the shark’s teeth missed all major organs but were close to her lungs.
A shark expert said Lynch may have been bitten by a roughly 6-foot-long bull shark.
She joked: “Either it didn’t like the taste of human of it thought I was too boney.”
“It’s just one of those freak things. I wont hesitate to go back into the sea but not when it’s dark.”
The damage the shark inflicted
Earlier this summer British beaches was put on shark alert after a holidaymaker spotted what experts say may have been a Great White 200 yards off the coast of Cornwall.
A handful of possible sightings of Great Whites have been made before in UK waters, but none have been confirmed.
Although the shark that attacked Andrea Lynch was a bull shark, experts have said it is only a matter of time before the sharks like Great Whites, which are more usually found off the Australian and South African coasts but have been spotted in Mediterranean waters, turn up near Britain.
Worldwide there are fewer than 100 shark attacks every year and just a handful of deaths.
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