This Diver Was Nearly Attacked By a Whale, Until She Realized What Was Wrong...

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She Was Fearless

Though Nan was typically unafraid while diving alone, she had no idea what type of whale this was, or what it was doing. She knew from experience that it was smartest to keep her distance rather than antagonize the animal, so she watched from afar. When it got closer to her and began to breach the surface, she started to get nervous...

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Something Wasn't Right

Though Nan didn't plan on getting so close to the whale, it didn't show any signs of stopping until it was right in front of her. She told NPR: "Instead of swimming past me, he came right toward me and he didn't stop coming towards me until I was on his head..." All she had with her was a snorkel and a small camera, so she had to stay close to the surface. She was worried it would drag her under, but that was only the beginning...

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