Freediver Meets An Angry Eel During A Late Night Dive

Caters_NewsPublished: April 26, 2018
Published: April 26, 2018

A freediver has filmed the r-eel-y scary moment a slippery eel jumped up out of the sand during a spooky night dive. Julie Anne Casey was diving with friends on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia, when she spotted a short head worm eel. Julie followed the slippery creature when the eel scared her. We wouldn't be diving into the scary ocean with all the scary creatures in there! So spooky!

The plain truth is that night diving can be intimidating for both novice and experienced divers, but there truly is nothing quite like it. As you start your night dive, you may wonder what you are getting yourself into. Julie Anne Casey and her friends must be really brave people to get into the night diving mode and have an adventure, like this little meet and greet with the spooky little eel.

There is a saying about opera when people see an opera the first time it is very dramatic; you either love it, or you hate it. Such can be said for night diving too. We guess Julie Anne loves dramatic experiences.

Well, let's not look at the bad side only. Night diving can be a truly remarkable experience. A night dive on that same dive site will bring back the awe. It will show you a different place, one with more color and maybe even more species of marine life and more action than you ever saw on your favorite reef. What an experience!

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