Monday, January 18, 2016

Live Shark Discovered In Florida Swimming Pool


If you've seen Jaws, and later on went swimming, at some point you worried that at any moment you would notice you weren't alone in the water. One of my greatest fears came to life recently, when a 5-foot shark was found alive swimming around a swimming pool.

Pool owners are used to dealing with unwelcome visitors, from algae to ducks. Sharks are rarely an issue.

But a live five-foot blacktip shark was found last week in the pool of the Mariner's Cay condominium in Hypoluxo, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Wildlife officers removed the shark from the pool and released it into the Intracoastal Waterway.

The woman who discovered the shark said she saw two young men running from the pool. Video surveillance cameras were found around the pool area. The incident is under investigation.

Blacktip sharks are among the most common species in coastal South Florida. They are responsible for a large number of bites, typically unintentional incidents in murky water in which they mistake a hand or foot for a fish.

For the entire article, click here.


There's also this video showing a shark in a different swimming pool. How many times has this happened?

13 comments:

  1. "And in my search for truth, I won't favor the advocates nor the skeptics. Neither will I put science first, or philosophy, spirituality or biology. Piece by piece the contoured edges of the puzzle components begin to fit together. Revealing to all who are seeing, the real picture... the truth of sasquatch."

    Les Stroud Survivorman

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  2. Peter Byrne, a professional hunting guide and later a professional bigfoot researcher, expressed serious concerns about the film processing timeline, after devoting "hundreds of hours" investigating the issue. In addition to the fact that the Eureka post office closed at 5 pm, Byrne found that there was no package shipping by bus, and that there were no scheduled air carriers from the one commercial field in the area, located between the coastal towns of Eureka and Arcata. According to Byrne, that left a chartered flight as the only option. Of course, neither Patterson or Gimlin claimed to have sent the film by chartered airplane. There were five charter pilots at the time, and Byrne found four of them, all of whom not only denied such a flight, backed up by their log books. The fifth man was deceased. In addition, the pilots found that it was rainy and windy that evening, and they would not have flown under those conditions except in the case of an emergency, which, one must agree, this film was not. Further, neither Patterson nor Gimlin was likely to had the cash to have contemplated such a flight. That left Al DeAtley to have, somehow, and for some reason, to have arranged for a charter flight during a storm. He had a pilot, but it turned out the pilot was unavailable that day. DeAtley upon repeated questioning by Byrne, Long, and others has continued to repeat that he has no recollection whatsoever of any role in transporting or processing the film.

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    1. http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/this-audio-sounds-like-king-kong.html?m=0

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    2. What you dont realise because you are quite dim is that you posted the "official" story put out by the apologists which is exactlt what is being taken apart by the above post. You are going to have to come up with something new im afraid and im guess you are not willing to go out to yakima and investigate it it yourself.

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    3. I don't actually believe you have read the response I have posted, have you?

      : )

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    4. "Official" being exactly what you've ascertained form people like Long and Dunning, right? Too rich. Like I said... Actually take the time to read someone else's response for once. The audacity is that there is nothing new to Byrne, Long and Dunning's argument being exposed.

      Peace.

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    5. ^ Reading would be too much like hard work for their small minds...much rather ignore anything written by others and merely attack for the sake of it.

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  3. Nice to see Dmaker in an article !

    Joe

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    1. So would we have seen you in an article about howler monkeys throwing their own feces?

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    2. Only if you got hit smack in the face bro !
      Hi Dmaker !

      Joe

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  4. So. What do you posters above me think of the shark in the pool video? Oh yeah me too!

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