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Instagram model, 19, bitten by shark while taking photos in Bahamas

Her boyfriend’s father captured the moment when the nurse shark bit her arm.  (Katarina Zarutskie)
Breaking news an Instagram model gets nabbed while trying to capture a photo by sea. 

Katrina is a avid surfer from Laguna Beach, California  she loves the ocean and the water so going on a trip to the Bahama’s is paradise to someone who loves to surf the beauty of the clear blue oceans are also something you cannot put a price on so who wouldn’t want to swim and enjoy the oceans right?
Katrina Zartuski while traveling on a vacation with her boyfriend and  family she saw some nurse sharks and thought it would be a great photo. So she decided to jump in the water and the sharks started to sworn around her timing the shot was important she asked her boyfriends father to snap the photo but she wanted ti to be at the right time you would never guess what happened next ?

Well apparently according to Fox News BBC and many major news outlets Katrina was seemingly pulled down as the shark latched to  her wrist, biting down then the swarm in circular pattern shortly after the sharks pulled her down into deep water her boyfriend and those on the boat searched in the water to find her then Katrina emerged out of the blue deep thankfully she was broke free-able to swim back to safety on the boat.

Katrina managed to break free because she covered the wound while under water so that the blood did not spread preventing other nurse sharks attacking her but the issue is this is not normal these sharks are not carnivorous in nature.

According to Katrina locals encouraged her to go out and swim with the sharks so she didn’t think twice to enjoy the trip with her boyfriend and his family question is why 

“We had seen all these nurse sharks swimming around the marina and I had already known, because I’ve surfed my whole life [that nurse sharks are relatively harmless]…

I thought it was safe and I saw kids snorkeling, and against my boyfriend’s family’s wishes I thought it would be fine,” Zarutskie said

Nurse sharks are slow-moving bottom-dwellers and are, for the most part, harmless to humans.

However, they can be huge—up to 14 feet—and have very strong jaws filled with thousands of tiny, serrated teeth, and will bite defensively if stepped on or bothered by divers who assume they’re docile.

Once Katrina put her arms back  the sharks attacked her and if it was not for her quick thinking she may have lost an arm.

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