Spinner Shark

June 26, 2011 by staff 

Spinner SharkSpinner Shark, The masses of sharks we see here in South Florida in February to April start to fade as we head into summer, while in northern New Smyrna … are building their summer homes in large numbers.More shark bites out of surfing the south side of Ponce Inlet in New Smyrna to anywhere in the world! Florida surfers see the “spinner” shark jumping out of water all the time. While not aggressive, it’s still an amazing sight to see, especially if it is close.
I’m sure in the back of your mind all Internet users who expect the shark does not jump on or around them. There have been stories, Palm Beach surfer Jay Boggess was traveling behind the Breakers in Palm Beach and a small 3 or 4-foot spinner jumped and landed on him! He said he was quite scared throughout the world in the line-up at the moment. (As you can imagine) Do not get hurt, but thank God and has everything you have now.

Hard to get photos or video of these creatures do their job. They are and return the water in seconds. With all the cameras around now, especially the water chamber GOPRO … were bound to see something crazy happen. That’s exactly what photographer Jacob Langston Orlando Sentinel review found GOPRO video of the day. He was the video recording in the waters of New Smyrna Beach with its high-definition camera GOPRO. He did not even know he had until he was editing video in the office. He remembers another surfer shouting “Amigo! Did you see that?” Now he knows why.
See the incredible video of about 4 feet and see spinner shark jumping right into a surfer!
Not a word about the surfer who jumped, but I’m sure if he saw it, he wanted to do as Jesus walking on water and the beach!

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