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A 13-foot hammerhead shark was spotted swimming near the coast of Navarre Beach in Florida on Tuesday

13-foot hammerhead shark is spotted in a pool of blood at a busy Florida beach, where Jaws 2 was filmed

  • A 13-foot hammerhead shark was spotted swimming near the coast of Navarre Beach in Florida on Tuesday
  • A crowd of between 40 and 50 people could be seen from the shoreline
  • In one video, the shark is seen in a pool of blood after alleged killing of a fish that we call tarpon
  • Steven Spielberg's 1978 sequel Jaws II was filmed on Navvarre Beach
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Florida beachgoers were in for a surprise when they saw a hammerhead shark swimming close to the shore.

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Photos shared on Navarre Beach The Facebook page of Fire-Rescue shows the 13-foot creature just a hundred feet away from people on the beach.

In one of the photos, a blonde woman in bikini looks to the left, while the shark's fin peeks out of the water.

And in one video shared on YouTube, a crowd of between 40 and 50 people could be seen from the shoreline.

Social media users soon noticed that the beach was the film location of Steven Spielberg's sequel Jaws II from 1978.

A 13-foot hammerhead shark was spotted swimming near the coast of Navarre Beach in Florida on Tuesday

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A 13-foot hammerhead shark was spotted swimming near the coast of Navarre Beach in Florida on Tuesday

Video shared on YouTube showed a crowd of around 40 to 50 people, both children and adults, watching from the shoreline

Video shared on YouTube showed a crowd of around 40 to 50 people, both children and adults, watching from the shoreline

Video shared on YouTube showed a crowd of around 40 to 50 people, both children and adults, watching from the shoreline

The Facebook post had shared around 900 responses more than 5,100 times. Social media users showed both awe and fear of seeing.

& # 39; Great to see !! I would really like to see his whole body in the water, & # 39; wrote a Facebook user.

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& # 39; I'm so glad we didn't go to the beach & # 39 ;, another wrote. & # 39; If not, my daughter would NEVER have gone to a beach [again]. & # 39;

Navarre resident Christina Reinholt shared video about the hammerhead shark that swam in a pool of blood after allegedly killing a fish known as a tarpon.

& # 39; Bathers have evacuated the water and some beachgoers [sic] have had the experience of a terrible life & # 39 ;, she wrote in the Facebook post.

According to the International Shark Attack file, run by the Florida Museum, there are only 17 registered hammerhead shark attacks on humans.

In one video, the shark is seen in a pool of blood after allegedly a fish is known as a tarpon

In one video, the shark is seen in a pool of blood after allegedly a fish is known as a tarpon

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In one video, the shark is seen in a pool of blood after allegedly a fish is known as a tarpon

Photos shared on Navarre Beach The Facebook page of Fire-Rescue was shared more than 5100 times, and collected responses from both awe and fear

Photos shared on Navarre Beach The Facebook page of Fire-Rescue was shared more than 5100 times, and collected responses from both awe and fear

Photos shared on Navarre Beach The Facebook page of Fire-Rescue was shared more than 5100 times, and collected responses from both awe and fear

However, none of the attacks led to a fatality.

National Geographic reports that there are on average 16 shark attacks in the US and about one fatal outcome of such an attack every two years.

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That means you have a greater chance of being struck dead by lightning than being killed by a shark.

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