Tiger Shark Charmer

A man with an extraordinary bond with tiger sharks can roll them in the palm of his hand. Eli Martinez, 41, from Alamo, Texas, in the US, travels to Tiger Beach off the Bahamas multiple times every year and has struck up an incredible relationship with the local sharks. He says that by going through the exact same routine for the past 10 years, he can now not only spot which shark is which but that they recognise the interactions too.

A man with an extraordinary bond with tiger sharks can roll them in the palm of his hand. Eli Martinez, 41, from Alamo, Texas, in the US, travels to Tiger Beach off the Bahamas multiple times every year and has struck up an incredible relationship with the local sharks. He says that by going through the exact same routine for the past 10 years, he can now not only spot which shark is which but that they recognise the interactions too.

A man with an extraordinary bond with tiger sharks can roll them in the palm of his hand. Eli Martinez, 41, from Alamo, Texas, in the US, travels to Tiger Beach off the Bahamas multiple times every year and has struck up an incredible relationship with the local sharks. He says that by going through the exact same routine for the past 10 years, he can now not only spot which shark is which but that they recognise the interactions too.

A man with an extraordinary bond with tiger sharks can roll them in the palm of his hand. Eli Martinez, 41, from Alamo, Texas, in the US, travels to Tiger Beach off the Bahamas multiple times every year and has struck up an incredible relationship with the local sharks. He says that by going through the exact same routine for the past 10 years, he can now not only spot which shark is which but that they recognise the interactions too.

A man with an extraordinary bond with tiger sharks can roll them in the palm of his hand. Eli Martinez, 41, from Alamo, Texas, in the US, travels to Tiger Beach off the Bahamas multiple times every year and has struck up an incredible relationship with the local sharks. He says that by going through the exact same routine for the past 10 years, he can now not only spot which shark is which but that they recognise the interactions too.