After being alerted, Hatheier is filmed picking up the shark before carrying it in her arms over to the pool's ledge and releasing it into the ocean.
Hatheier has been dubbed "the shark wrangler" by her office colleagues. "With his fins, I picked him up and helped him back", she said.
This mother of a family was coming for a swim in the pool, ocean to Oak Park in Cronulla (Australia) when she saw the small shark.
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Port Jackson Sharks are typical to southern Australian waters and usually live in rocky environments near the bottom of the ocean.
She added, "I was thinking I just need to put him back where he is meant to be". "I trapped him in a shallow place, and n I caught him jumping on it". And they didn't know what to do. The video, which shows Melissa Hatheier reaching down to grab the one-metre long shark in the Sydney suburb of Cronulla, has understandably received a lot of attention.
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"He was pretty distressed and bumping into things, so I just followed him around for a bit", she said. Then I left him to side of sheep, "he used his statements. He's like a toddler, '" she said, according to news.com.au.
Then again, turns out the woman in question, Melissa Hatheier, is a real estate agent, so, you know, (insert joke about fellow predatory species here).
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