“Most of the time they’re harmless. But freak things happen sometimes.”
This week's question comes from a New Yorker who's bummed that sharks are biting kids on Fire Island.
One gallery offers a "potentially meditative experience with sharks."
Seven of the sharks found in the pool were alive, but three of the sharks were already dead.
'I just swam for my life right there, just dreading the moment the shark was gonna pull me in and suck me in.'
"People were yelling at the head lifeguard to toss it back in," a witness told Gothamist about a shark that beached itself on Coney Island.
It's the first shark nursery to be found in the North Atlantic.
A strong teen reeled in a shark at the beach, and in doing so, taught us a valuable lesson about humanity.
'There was no panic. There wasn’t an attack. The woman from the park said it was a big one.'
Thresher sharks are apparently swimming closer than usual to local shores.
Summer's coming!
You should not attempt to make your local Great White a pet, but he probably won't hurt you.
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