Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made his debut on Shark Week, Monday night.
Rodgers had to wear a protective suit that blocks electrical energy in order to not be eaten. He was also told that sharks sense fear. So he had to be calm.
The goal of the excursion was to tag a shark, so it could be tracked by scientists. Rodgers tagged a decoy, but didn’t get to tag an actual shark. He did get to touch one, though, as you’re probably seen.
And no, I don’t know why this video is so damn small, but here it is. You can expand it to full screen.
Photos: @AaronRodgers12 swims with 🦈
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