Monday, February 27, 2012

Thousands of Sharks off Florida Coast!





Shark Migration..Watchout
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In Palm Beach County Wednesday, beach visitors were soaking up the sun and sharing stories of incredible shark sightings.

"There were a thousand sharks in a school offshore here," said one. Another said, "They were coming right up. You could get knee deep in water and they were coming in that close."

Over the past month, similar scenes have played out along the South Florida coast, at times along the shoreline. The images from above, like an invading army of black ants at a picnic, but these are sharps known as black tips and spinners.



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3 comments:

Shoreman said...

Not all that unusual. I saw it when I lived in Florida. You just have to keep your toes out of the water until they go away.

Mark

Troutdawg said...

Absolutely, one always has to be alert out there but I prefer to chase on a fly if possible as well! Bull sharks liked to cruise the Panhandle area where I grew up, Bonnethead's are more fun though..

Anonymous said...

That's crazy!


Pete