Warm wether is here and it's time to hit the beach with the family.

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I don't know about you, but my family loves to go to gulf shores in Alabama to relax, catch some sun and of course enjoy the water.

Many people prefer not to get in the water at the beach out of fear of being attacked by Jaws. Not a shark like Jaws, but the actual Jaws shark.

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Even knowing that the actual fictional shark Jaws won't attack, it's still nerve racking to hear about shark sightings in Alabama. Especially when they're happening so often.

It seems like every week, there are at least two shark sightings in Alabama.

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This Tik Tok video claims to have spotted at leas four sharks in one weekend.

There's even sightings of hammerhead sharks in Gulf Shores.

Scary!

 

Another video on Tok Tok explained what caused the sighting and explained that this is the shark's natural habitat. Which I do think we sometimes forget.

 

This Tok Tok video of a shark in Alabama has been circulating online and has garnered almost 3 million views.

If you ask me, I think it's more about the guy causally drinking a beer while watching the shark versus people being shocked about the actual shark. Lol!

 

Whatever the cause of increasing shark sightings in Alabama this year, just remember this while you're out with your loved ones.

The ocean is  natural habitat for sharks. It's their home. We are the visitors, so be careful in the water and know that we're more likely the invaders in these situations than the sharks.

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