Aerial footage reveals a swarm of sharks off the coast of Alabama which has closed a quantity of beaches.
Alabama beaches have been closed as a result of of a swarm of sharks swimming simply offshore.
The metropolis of Orange Beach is flying double crimson flags to let swimmers know to remain out of the water round Alabama Point at Perdido Pass.
Aerial video reveals massive numbers of sharks swimming in shallow waters, and dorsal fins are generally uncovered.
No assaults have been reported.
Beach security supervisor Melvin Shepard says the seaside closings started over the weekend, and hearth officers say it continues Monday.
Shepard says anybody getting into the water will be fined. While most individuals are staying out of the surf, just a few are nonetheless venturing into the Gulf.
Shepard says the shark swarm could also be linked to a big quantity of fish carcasses in the water throughout crimson snapper season.
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