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#1
Georgetown, Kentucky, USA
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My son and daughter-in-law will be doing the Shark Cage Adventure next month. She's getting nervous now. Is it dangerous?

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The sharks wouldn't pay attention to her if she had a bloody, dripping t-bone steak necklace. If they didn't chum the waters with fish, the sharks wouldn't even be there. The last time I did this I was pretty bored and I am sure the sharks were too. Everyone I was with loved it, but I was enh.


One of the guys in my cage swam out the bottom of the cage and the sharks didn't look at him, didn't approach him.