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Video: Hammerhead Shark Reportedly Spotted Near Island Beach

Youtube video spots shark among the waves

In a brief video, a visitor to Island Beach State Park earlier this month claims to have captured images of a possible hammerhead shark among the waves near Seaside Heighs and Island Beach State Park.

Posted Aug. 13, the user says the sighting was actually made several days before.

In the beginning of the video, a fin of a possible shark is seen among the waves. As a wave crashes, the hammerhead can be spotted under the water of the Atlantic Ocean.

2much2say August 23, 2012 at 09:40 PM
All people care about much greener their lawn is vs their neighbors that they'll have a beer with or gossip about eachother. It's so stupid. People should care about the ocean. I personally think their should be more & more info out there about having a clean ocean for us & the children of the future.
David Daur August 25, 2012 at 02:56 PM
JD, the jokes on you. Maybe you should do some research, most shark attacks happen in less than 3 feet of water. Do us all a favor and keep going in "knee high". Hopefully, that will save us all from your idiotic comments.
David Daur August 25, 2012 at 03:04 PM
The bay has definitely been unswimmable for the last few years because of all the drain runoff from fertilizer and chemical applications. The high nitrogen levels in the waters and thriving sea nettles are destroying the bay and enjoyment of it. Something must be done sonnet than later!
Smot Revir August 28, 2012 at 11:36 AM
That's not a hammerhead shark, that's Snooki swimming with her baby in her mouth !
Dave Stahl August 29, 2012 at 12:08 AM


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