Shark Bites Both Legs of Florida Man, but Don't Panic, Attacks Are Actually Down This Year

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Bull sharks have been blamed or suspected in several South Florida attacks, including the fatal attack on a kiteboarder off Stuart in , as well as a non-fatal bite of a spearfisherman last year off Riviera Beach and a attack on a woman in an inner tubein the Intracoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale. George Burgess, director of the International Shark Attack File at the Florida Museum of Natural History, said conversations with people at the scene revealed that lifeguards at one beach had herded the shark toward Haulover Beach, agitating it and making an attack more likely. A video showed a Sunny.

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George Burgess, director of the International Shark Attack File at the Florida Museum of Natural History, said conversations with people at the scene revealed that lifeguards at one beach had herded the shark toward Haulover Beach, agitating it and making an attack more likely. A video showed a Sunny. Officials say the bull shark was 4-to-5 feet. Officials say the man, who was able to get out of the water and get aid from lifeguards, was taken to Aventura Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Officials say the shark attack is the first reported at Haulover Beach, 9 miles north of Miami Beach. CBS Miami.


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