It’s that time of year again when all the nation’s college students hit the beaches and celebrate a little break from studying with the most indecent, deviant, alcoholic, drug-filled behavior they can muster.
But while they may get their party on, those planning to party on Florida’s beaches may cut it short when it comes to diving into the Atlantic. According to Yahoo! News, thousands of sharks have been spotted migrating north alongside several beaches along Florida’s coastline.
“[WPTV] says most of the sharks it has spotted so far appear to be spinner sharks, which are known for leaping out of the water and spinning in the air as they hunt their prey.”
Florida Atlantic University shark researcher Steve Kajiura said that the sharks’ migration has run behind because of prolonged warm temperatures. They normally begin their migration during January and February. He also said that a shark is “only an average of 60 feet away from swimmers.”
The beaches affected have been closed off, but you know there will be a daredevil in the bunch. Good luck with that. Watch the sharks below and read more here.