Shark Migration at Peak off Town of Palm Beach

Beaches & Intracoastal  |  Public Safety  |  February 11, 2019

From Meteorologist James Wieland WPTV-NBC5 — “Going through some video from @adamfeldser drone from my #shark expedition last week and found this nugget.”

North end of Town of Palm Beach Island just outside the breaking waves on the beach. THOUSANDS OF SHARKS!!!!

Blacktip sharks are responsible for the most shark bites in Florida, although bites are rare.

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