shark-infested

shark-infested

adj
(of a body of water) known to contain large numbers of sharks, and therefore considered to be dangerous
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"You know Colombo, and how the native boys dive for coins in the shark-infested bay.
Scary cruise trip news said many American tourists on a cruise boat near Australia had to jump into shark-infested waters in the middle of the night to save their lives from the burning boat.
He recalls being part of the crew stranded in the shark-infested waters.
Two British holidaymakers nearly died when their boat sank in shark-infested seas as they tried to haul in a fish.
Environmental lawyer and triathlete Ingemar Macarine made a successful swim from the freezing Golden Gate Bridge to the shark-infested Alcatras Island in the US last Sunday.
This week we saw a tragic accident in Liecester, the pilot saved the lives of others, like the famous Ensign Russell, who sacrificed his life to save another man in shark-infested waters from drowning.
Some, who tried to escape, would brave the then shark-infested waters to swim back to the mainland.
Now Gerrard - who Lennon (left) considers a friend - is staring at a similar opportunity to learn his trade in the shark-infested waters of Old Firm rivalry.
STICK two girls in a cage at the bottom a shark-infested seathat's the plot.
The rescue of Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fiava attracted international headlines when the pair alleged they had been adrift in the shark-infested Pacific Ocean after their yacht was damaged.
While you are not likely to encounter Great Whites in these shark-infested waters (they tend to hang around near Cape Town), what does live here still likes to bite and I was told to keep all limbs and fingers behind the bars at all times.
A fully immersive arena spectacular showing true survival stories from the Antarctic, humid jungles and shark-infested waters.