Creepy footage shows shark frenzy with dozens of animals circling a man as he screams “This is a big one.”

A SHOCKING clip online has revealed a massive shark frenzy as several dozen sea creatures circled a screaming man.

The scary video was shared on social media and showed well over 20 sharks swimming side by side.

Shocking footage showed a school of sharks in the Gulf of Mexico


Shocking footage showed a school of sharks in the Gulf of MexicoPhoto credit: Chaz Perry via Storyful

The animals were reportedly located off the Gulf of Mexico by an employee of a nearby oil rig.

Chaz Perry, the clerk, recounted it Rich in story that he witnessed the swarm of sharks from his office and pulled out his cell phone to film the disturbing scene.

“This is a big problem,” Perry could be heard shouting as the sharks circled him and the rig in the deep blue ocean water.

Perry told the publication that he was thankful he had his phone.

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It’s also likely that he was more grateful to be safe up on the rig than in the treacherous waters below alongside the sea creatures.

“This is a big deal, dude, oh yeah,” the rig worker could be heard saying again in the clip.

Fear of shark attacks has increased in 2023.

As The US Sun previously reported, some experts fear that similar to the swarm discovered by Perry in the Gulf of Mexico, an alarming number of sharks may have appeared near a popular beach in Florida.

New Smyrna Beach was considered the “shark bite capital of the world” and earlier this month two people were bitten one after the other.

A “shark breeding ground” could be the cause, the report says International file on shark attacksShark encounters are common in the ocean waters near Volusia County.

As a state, Florida has the most unprovoked shark attacks in the country with 912, nearly four times more than Hawaii, the state that ranks second.

Volusia County accounts for a third of the bites, with 343, all of which occurred back in 1882.

Volusia County Beach Safety Captain AJ Miller said a breeding site is most likely responsible for the concentrated area of ​​dentures Miami Herald.

“There’s a big nursery down in the bay,” Miller told the publication.

It was also recently discovered that a school of hammerhead sharks meet in French Polynesia every year.

According to Live Science, scientists determined that the sharks are all female.

For experts, the behavior is unusual because sharks are typically solitary creatures.

Sharks were observed meeting in the waters during the summers of 2020 and 2021.

A total of 54 female sharks were confirmed.

The results were published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science.

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For more on sharks, check out US Sun’s coverage of the terrifying moment a Florida teenager discovered his thigh was missing after an attack.

The US Sun also reports on spooky drone footage that captures a great white shark lurking near surfers, unaware of the animal’s presence.


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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