Thousands of sharks shut down Florida beaches

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Holy, shit! See all those black spots? Those are sharks, and there are about a thousand of them making their annual migration south. Beaches in South Florida had to be shut down as hundreds of sharks made their way through the surf while the rest of the pack hunted off shore. They put on quite a show for the beach-goers and lifeguards. You can watch the insane news clip by clicking here.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. What the hell is going on with all the sharks lately?!?! Are we living in some kind of post-apocalyptic war time, and nuclear-bred sharks are going to take over the world? Does anybody remember that Simpsons episode where all the dolphins took over the land, and forced humans to live in the ocean? Does anybody remember how Homer won that war? We might need it…

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