By Tara Rippin • 03 May 2020 • 18:18
Possible shark sighting on Bournemouth beach. CREDIT: Wikipedia
ITS presence is said to be due to the lack of activity in the water, with a reduction in marine traffic causing the shark to approach the coastline.
Calahonda is apparently a common area for shortfin mako sharks, but the species in the clip is not believed to be one of them.
The images were taken from the pier this morning, “to the surprise of those who were walking on the beach,” claims Ideal, adding that a canoeist was sailing through the waters nearby.
As well as a drop in marine traffic, the State of Alarm has left deserted streets across the country, leaving the coast clear for wild boar and roe deer amongst other animals, with numerous clips and photographs circulating on social media.
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