While the vast majority of people flee to any contact with feared sea creatures, singer Mariah Carey appears to be more risky and ventures into swimming with sharks in the company of her six-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, fruit of her dissolved marriage with Nick Cannon.

Carey shared photos and videos in which you can appreciate the trio enjoying one of the most exotic attractions of Bahamas. 

Very cunningly and to avoid controversy, Carey hurriedly hastened to explain through Instagram that the dark-colored creatures are "gentle."

Swimming with nurse sharks is one of the most harmless aquatic adventures for humans because they only feed on small fish, squid and shrimp. But how safe is it to swim with sharks, or how safe were the twins in the shallow waters?

According to National Geographic, Nurse sharks are slow-moving bottom-dwellers and are, for the most part, harmless to humans. However, they can be huge—up to 14 feet—and have very strong jaws filled with thousands of tiny, serrated teeth, and will bite defensively if stepped on or bothered by divers who assume they’re docile.

Even though mothers are very protective, and will never put their kids in risky positions - meaning Mariah knew what she was doing, Carey’s fans freaked out with the experience. "To truly appreciate and respect wildlife, never, ever, pull the tail of a shark (or any other animal) that is simply calm in its natural habitat. It is the same as if any person enters your house and move your leg while you're resting on your couch watching Netflix. You should pay more attention to the way you interact with nature," wrote one user.

Others seemed to be more unhappy with the fact that Mariah, had opened her suit of diver, which made her neckline more pronounced. "Do not think you need your boobs out on a family trip," said another.

Although the 48-year-old singer was heavily criticized for what she wears around her children, and the activities she does with them, we imagine that the only opinion that really matters is her ex-husbands' with whom she shares custody.