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Bull sharks are nearby more often than swimmers realize.“Most of those encounters people never know about because you can’t see what goes on underwater pretty commonly,” said Neil Hammerschlag, a marine ecologist at the University of Miami.
Lanza’s mother, in an interview in Spanish with NBC6 News, said that her son had tried to kick the shark to get it to release him.
“He’s recovering, thank God, it was very scary but he’s now under God’s control and that’s what’s important,” she said.
Erika Benitez, spokeswoman for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, said what appeared to be a four- to five-foot bull shark got to Lanza as he was exiting the water.
During those times, sharks are more likely to mistake a swimmer’s body as a fish or other type of prey, said Hammerschlag.
He also recommends swimming with other people and avoiding places where there have been shark sightings.
Gerber believes the attack was just random bad luck.