Transcript for Real-Life Mermaid Swims With the Sharks
Now, we'll go to the woman who considers herself a real-life mermaid, swimming with the sharks, it's all to raise awareness about the threat humans pose to marine life. Reporter: One of the largest predators of the climate was baring down on Hannah Frazier. With no air, it was the stuff of Hollywood horror flicks like jaws. The sharks were close enough. The professional mermaid has taken her tale all over the world, swimming with whales, even great whites. But here, she was hoping to become the first human to plant a kiss, yes a kiss, on a shark able to kill her with a single chomp. Watch as the diver hauls that crate of bait right over Frazier. We traveled out to the Bahamas to watch the protest on the worldwide killing of sharks. You surrendered yourself to these animals. Not one single moment when I felt the shark was trying to attack. Reporter: But the risks are real. A nurse shark did this? That shark, part of a featured film, tears of a mermaid, chronicling the mass extinction that some say is happening now. If we can stay peaceful, they also stay peaceful. And thankfully, not a single mermaid. For "Good morning America," Matt Gutman ABC news, in the Bahamas. That's amazing. That is. That is.
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