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Awkward! Shark Expert Accidentally Catches Duck (Not Shark) During Disastrous Live News Segment [VIDEO]

Shark Expert Reals in Duck on Live TV
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During a segment on Australia’s ‘Today’ show, shark expert Paul Bart was brought in to discuss alleged shark sightings in a popular swimming lake down under. After he refutes the fish tales, the show’s hosts gave Bart a chance to catch the rumored sea beast with a fishing rod, expecting him to come back empty-handed.

Bart casts off and promptly hooks a duck, who had come down to the lake for a quick snack. “I’d go to another shot,” Bart recommends, as he continues to reel in the water fowl. Co-host Lisa Wilkinson calls it “awkward,” and, boy, is she right. See the clip below:

[via Huffington Post]

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