Hopefully, none of us will ever have to use the learned advice of Bill Lytton, who was attacked by a shark while vacationing on Cape Cod in mid-August. But just in case, here’s what Bill told CBS: “Nature documentary 101 — I knew dolphins always hit the gill, that’s the place you go to attack the shark…I punched it on the gill…and it released and swam away.”
Happy Labor Day—and stay safe!
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