Humans aren’t the only ones to get the memo that the beaches were reopening in Miami-Dade on Wednesday.
Four sharks were spotted near the shoreline of Miami Beach as beachgoers returned to the beaches for the first time in 84 days due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Another video shows a man unknowingly swimming backwards near the sharks.
"Turn around dude!" 🦈
People weren't the only ones on South Beach today … 7Skyforce captured these sharks visiting near 8th Street. 🏖️ pic.twitter.com/YS40KD9E4d
— WSVN 7 News (@wsvn) June 10, 2020
Thankfully it doesn’t appear anyone has been attacked or approached by the sharks. Still terrifying.
Survive the Rona only to get eaten by sharks on the first day the beaches open in Miami https://t.co/79cK8MelXn
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 10, 2020
I wonder how many sharks were swimming close everyday during quarantine https://t.co/bHwUmnvkcn
— 🦈LONG LIVE SPIKE SPIEGEL (@NicktheRuler__) June 10, 2020