Hundreds Of Sharks Spotted Along Atlantic Beaches

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  1. Beyond Belief

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  3. Jeana (DP)

    Jeana (DP) Former Member

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    I've never heard of a Lemon Shark before. If you squeeze one, will you make lemonaide? ;)
     
  4. Beyond Belief

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    its a Ford dealer....
     
  5. MREG2

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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

     
  6. calus_3

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    No, but if you catch it, chop its head tail and fins off, and steak it up.....it makes one heck of a meal! :D

    We had some when my wife was preggo that I had caught while we were fishing. When my son's first tooth fell out and the new one came in, it was jagged (ridges that wear down over time) and I told him "Holy cow, buddy, you really are part shark". He cried and I got the evil eye from the spouse!

    New
     
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    Its best just to lie in the sun on the beach today anyway--Sunny Blue skies and 77 degrees with a 53 dewpoint,very low humidity,light winds--perfect weather
     
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    Bull Sharks are nearly as dangerous as Great Whites and are NOT to be messed with! Stay the heck out of the water! :eek:
     
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    Ahhhhh, you meanie!!!!!! I do love shark steaks though!! YUMMY!
     
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    No doubt.....I used to go out into the surf and catch 100+ lady fish and I would have fish blood and slime all over me. I saw sharks before but never really considered myself a target. That changed a couple years ago when all the attacks started.

    Now I just wade in knee deep and wear polarized glasses.

    Cal
     
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    Lemon sharks grow 8-10 feet long and have attacked humans before, but it pales in comparison to the Bull Sharks.
     
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    Are they yellow? :waitasec:
     
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    I hear ya on that one!!!! :doh:
     
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    The pictures I saw showed them looking yellow.
     
  16. Jeana (DP)

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    Lazy. Very pretty shark. Thanks for the pic. :)
     
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    Sharks will be gone tomorrow or the next day--They're just passing thru--but all the same I don't think I'll be doing any swimming right now lol even though the ocean temp is a pleasant 75 degrees
     
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    Hi Peter:). Is 75 degrees warm for right now? Do you know what the typical temperature is for this time of year?

    Lion


     
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