Shark Attack Florida 2010,Shark Attack Florida |

February 4, 2010 by USA Post 

Shark Attack Florida 2010,Shark Attack Florida | kite surfer had been killed after being surrounded and repeatedly bitten by what may be a group of great white sharks of the events.

Stephen Schaefer was found on Bites about 500 yards off the coast of Stuart, Florida on the Atlantic coast.

The guards first saw the plight of the man who was about 4pm, said Martin County Sheriff’s Office.

When locked to the investigation, said he found Mr. Schafer is still surrounded by sharks.

Scared and rescue from predators off with his paddle and then paddled back to shore with the victim.

It Bites multiple, including 10 bite-inch to his right thigh and the teeth marks on his buttocks left and right, officials said.

Schafer, 38, of Stuart, and was transferred to Martin Memorial North Medical Center, where he later died.

Martin County was the first fatal shark attack, according to records dating back to 1882.

Grant Gilmore, a leading oceanographer with the mouths of rivers, and coastal areas and ocean sciences at Vero Beach, a group of young great white may be responsible.

Investigators will determine the kind of sharks by studying the patterns of bite.

Gilmore said the size and type of sharks that can be drawn in the same way as it was when he said he was looking forward to the death in 1998, nine years), James Willie Tellasmon in Vero Beach.

The attack occurred in shallow water, due to the young tiger shark about six feet long.

Great whites prefer cooler waters north of the Atlantic Ocean, and usually not thought of as a shark in Florida.

But the smaller six to eight, including the foot migration to the east coast of Florida during the winter.

The three were among the four species found off the coast of Florida on the Atlantic Ocean are known to attack humans – a large hammer, Bulls Tigers – but they leave the area or go deep during the winter.

‘And other species only to collect in abundance in the winter there are great white shark events,’ said Gilmore.

George Burgess, keeper of the International Shark Attack File at the Florida Museum of Natural History, said it was unlikely that the sharks and predators, some smaller, more common in the waters of South Florida.

‘This is the species involved in these problems from time to time off the east coast, but it is not man-eaters,’ said Burgess.

‘If it was, in fact, a gentleman yesterday, was bitten by sharks, and it’s much more likely to have been the larger species such as bull or tiger shark or white if it was in the region.

White shark is actually in the region, or could imagine, but not very regular visitors, ‘said Burgess.

Sheriff Capt. Mark McKinley said: ‘I have been here for 25 years. To my knowledge, this is the first shark-related deaths and we saw ‘.

He said Schafer’s friends said they are shocked by his death.

‘I’ve never heard of multiple sharks in the area surrounding people, fatally wounding him, said Teague Taylor (36 years), a childhood friend. ‘And the person more beautiful than ever before’.

Typically, sharks and appears in this area to deal with migratory fish bait.

Taylor said he was surprised to see the sharks as they usually come around the spring.

Taylor said he was roaming near where his friend was attacked by one day, and saw many of the sharks.

‘You always think in the back of your mind that [shark] being there,’ he said.

Jordan Schwartz, who knows Schafer for five years, said that he has had considerable experience kiteboard Server.

There were about 14 deaths in Florida attributed to the sharks, according to records provided by the University of Florida Museum of Natural History.

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