HURON — While the haunting sounds of the “Jaws” theme began to play, a panel rose to reveal four nurse sharks and a lemon shark swimming around in a 7,000-gallon tank. The crowd watched in awe as Philip Peters, a Netherlands native who now resides in Myakka City, Fla., swam with the sharks, danced with a shark named Loretta and put it on its back, thus placing it in a hypnotic trance.
Peters’ assistant, Rick Pefley, told the crowd that if Peters were to stick his hand inside the same opening on top where he would enter and the sharks receive their food, they might mistake his hand for a small piece of fish.
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