Adan Walker was a professional long-distance swimmer. He repeatedly met in his swims with the inhabitants of the seas. He even suffered a serious injury from the bite of a huge jellyfish, the venom of which could be compared with the bite of a cobra.
But a twenty-two-kilometer swim through New Zealand’s Cook Strait almost ended in tragedy for him.
During the swim, Adan noticed a white shark near him, the length of which reached up to five meters.
This sea monster was getting closer and closer to Adan.
Suddenly, salvation came for him. He was surrounded by a pod of dolphins. The predator had no choice but to retreat.
Dolphins accompanied the swimmer to the shore when he was completely safe. So dolphins, risking their lives, saved a person.