A fishing boat in Florida has been seen “shaking like an earthquake” as an underwater predator pounces

A fishing boat in Florida has been seen "shaking like an earthquake" as an underwater predator pounces

A Florida fisherman flying a drone captured amazing footage of… shark attack On his friend’s boat at the start of Shark Week.

Josh Jorgensen, who produces videos for the popular BlacktipH Fishing YouTube channel, posted aerial footage to Instagram earlier this week showing a bull shark repeatedly and violently attacking his friend Carl Torresson’s boat off the coast. Palm Beach coast.

“I was flying my drone on the beach and saw two huge cobia swimming with a bull shark,” Jorgensen said in the video. Cobia tastes better fish in the ocean. So, I called my friend Carl, and he raced over to try and catch them.”

Jorgensen filmed two large cobia swimming in the clear blue water with a menacing bull shark nearby. The video cuts to the Torressons’ fishing boat and shows people throwing their lines into the water when the shark suddenly attacks.


Two large cubs are seen swimming with a bull shark

YouTuber Josh Jorgensen, host of BlacktipH, was flying a drone off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida, when he spotted two cobia swimming with a bull shark.

“I was following his boat with my drone, and then all of a sudden the shark attacked his engines,” Jorgensen said in the video.

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The shark can be seen darting in boat stern, I rammed into the outboard motors and rammed around the water. The boat rocks with every hit of the powerful animal and its huge jaws.

“The shark attacked the boat five times, swam away and then came back for more,” Jorgensen said. In total, Carl’s boat has been attacked eight times by the shark.

“I didn’t think a shark could rock a boat like that,” Torreson said in the video. “The boat was shaking like a bag of popcorn. Like, literally, I was shaking like an earthquake. I was like, ‘What’s going on?'” I went back in there, and I noticed a shark doing it. I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ This is like a ride from Universal Studios.”

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A bull shark swims near a fishing boat off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida

Jorgenson called his friend Carl Torresson to try and catch the cobia. But the bull shark attacked Torreson’s fishing boat.

After returning to shore, Torreson is shocked to discover the extent of the shark’s damage with its engines.

“We’re thinking, you know, maybe he grabbed the fan,” he said. “We weren’t expecting the damage when we got back to the dock, and it was just astronomical. The entire mid-engine was torn off. Tab broken.”

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The boat was not damaged beyond repair.

“The engine was salvageable,” Jorgensen told the Palm Beach Post. “Carl had to buy new parts for him.”

Bull sharks are one of three subspecies of shark known to regularly attack humans. The other two are the tiger shark and the great white shark, according to National Geographic.

A bull shark attacks a fishing boat off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida

The vicious bull shark has attacked the boat at least eight times, Turrison said, crashing into the engines and causing “astronomical” damage.

Bull sharks are medium-sized predators that can grow from 7 to 11 feet in length and weigh up to 500 pounds. They are notoriously aggressive and prefer to live near densely populated areas such as tropical beaches. Because they are not disturbed by both salt and fresh water, they can travel inland via rivers and tributaries. Many experts consider bull sharks to be the most dangerous sharks in the world because of these traits.

In May, a 20-year-old spear fisherman encountered a bull shark in the Florida Keys and injured his leg after the animal “came out of nowhere” and bit him twice while diving.

A 13-year-old girl was bitten multiple times in another bull shark attack that month.

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