In the United States, off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, vacationers noticed a shark, as reported by The Sun.
The incident took place on 3 July. A marine predator swam in shallow water near the beach and caused panic among vacationers: people tried to get out of the water as soon as possible, while a remarkable fin plowed the coastal waters.
According to the experts who studied the record, it was a rather large hammerhead shark that was chasing a school of fish and was not interested in attacking people.
According to Austin Turnbill, Director of Safety at Navarra Beach, where the predator was sighted, sharks are common in these waters and usually do not cause much concern.
“Sharks are everywhere in the Persian Gulf. We see them almost every day and 99.9% of the time we have nothing to worry about,” he said. Shark attack: why attacks of predators on tourists are repeated in Egypt The footage shows rescuers urging swimmers to get out of the water as soon as possible. An elderly woman, next to whom a predator swam, had a panic attack. Other vacationers helped her out of the water.Share: