WATCH: 11-year-old girl saves trapped shark

WATCH: 11-year-old girl saves trapped shark

This little girl is more fearless than most grown adults!

Shark stuuck girl

Australia is known for being home to many scary creatures.

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Creatures that seem to exist only in horror movies and that will haunt your nightmares.

Sure, we might be overexaggerating a bit.

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But we still feel that it takes a special kind of person to live in that country.

Someone who might be a little braver than your average human, and maybe they have a love for all things creepy and crawly?

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Although not every person would even CONSIDER getting close to a shark, nevermind touching and holding one.

But this little 11-year-old from Australia, Billie Rea, didn't even think twice before helping a stuck shark get back to the open waters.

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In case you might be wondering why a mother would watch a child engage with a shark, Billie's mom said that she knew she wasn't in danger when she saw it was a draughtboard shark, which is a very slow-moving and virtually harmless creature.

She was more afraid of Billie slipping on the wet rocks.

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Ignoring the fact that she was calmly and easily handling this shark, our favourite part has to be her gentle and kind words: "I've got a shark. Come on darling," and "It's alright, it's alright."

Both the shark and Billie are now living happily ever after.

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