Exciting footage shows a school of great white sharks circling among unsuspecting surfers after experts warned of an increase in shark attacks.
The beach is one of the most popular surfing spots on the coast, but also a popular breeding ground for surfers Big White.
Great white shark mating season begins in late spring and lasts through early fall Bali sharks.
This makes them more active and often more aggressive.
north and South Carolina Coasts have been identified as two locations where the White White Sea mating season begins.
Now, footage captured by photographer Kevin Christopherson shows four or five sharks just below the surface of the water while surfers catch the waves above them.
Some of the water sports enthusiasts were sitting on their boards with their feet in the water while a shark was circling just a few meters away.
Other surfers paddled right over the huge fish bigger than their boards.
While this would have spooked several people, the surfers appeared calm and undisturbed by the sharks.
So far this year, 19 people have been bitten by sharks in American waters, which experts fear could be the start of a new record.
The shocking number of attacks has prompted authorities to ramp up their surveillance efforts, using drone cameras to track activity.
A drone surveying a bite in New York captured about 50 sharks banding together in a chilling scene.
However, officials continue to remind the public that large crowds descend on beaches on holidays such as July 4th, so it is only natural that more attacks ensued.
“We’re not talking about someone losing their life here. Nobody lost their limbs. Nobody was taken to the hospital.”