Watch: Boat followed by hundreds of sharks

2014-04-03 14:30

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WATCH: Boat followed by hundreds of sharks!

2014-04-03 11:39

Watch as a school of sharks follow this boat off the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia.WATCH

Cape Town – We all know that sharks are dangerous creatures, and if you need a reminder, you can have a look at why Second Beach, Port St Johns in South Africa has been named the world's deadliest beach.

With that said, we can’t even begin to imagine what it feels like to be surrounded and followed by what looks like hundreds of sharks. Want to know what we’re talking about? Watch this video here.

The video originally uploaded by junkinmedia, shows a boat being followed by a school of sharks and captures the sharks feeding on fish. The video was shot off the Gulf of Carpentaria in Australia.

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-Shark kills woman off Australian Coast

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