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Folks, I’m not a die hard tree hugger, so I’m turning my lights out for an hour between 2 – 3:00 P.M. today! ————————————————– Remember that kid molester in Thailand who thought he could avoid detection by “swirling” his face as a disguise…………………, only to find out they “un-swirled” his picture and caught him? WELL, […]
At first glance, I sort of thought this Avatar-meets-sharks in an underwater ballet was better suited for the side of a van—or maybe black velvet—than a video. But then, the longer I watched it, the more baffling and impressive it became. Getting past my unrelenting preference for hipster aesthetics, I wondered: who is this person, and why isn’t she in scuba gear? How far underwater is she, how is it so clear, and how is she there at all? Did that tiger shark just try to bite her boot?
The long and the short of it is that her name is Hannah Fraser, and she’s an Australian underwater model who has made a name for herself over the last 12 years swimming with humpbacks, manta rays, and many types of sharks—from massive-mouthed whale sharks to the great whites—all while dressed as a mermaid.
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