I'm fascinated by all the creatures in the ocean, and even if you have a fear of sharks, you gotta admit this footage is pretty incredible! Every year around this time, over 10,000 blacktip sharks migrate to Florida and hug the coastline to eat fish that are there. There are so many sharks, they call it a "shark super-highway". Even though blacktip sharks aren't big enough to harm humans too badly, they attract the much larger and scarier great white sharks, who prey on them. So watch out if you plan to go swimming in the ocean in FL any time soon!
Found over 10,000 sharks today! pic.twitter.com/7nwzUnrLCQ— BlacktipH (@BlacktipH) February 14, 2018
More great #sharkmigration drone video off Palm Beach by Ivy Yin. The #shark migration normally peaks this time of year. Shark experts say just offshore is the "shark super-highway" where thousands of sharks are on the move this time of year. #Florida pic.twitter.com/MA798KKFaZ— James Wieland (@SurfnWeatherman) February 18, 2018