SYDNEY – A huge shark forced hundreds of swimmers to return to shore on New Year’s eve at the famous Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 02 2013 Australia→World News
The shark, estimated to be 6.6 feet long, was spotted by lifeguards on a routine patrol. They warned swimmers to get out of the water immediately.
As the video below shows, for a moment, Bondi Beach was transformed in a spec of people, looking like a swarm of birds from above, while the ocean was eerily ‘empty’ – without swimmers.
Once the signal alert was cancelled, swimmers returned to the water and
Bondi Beach slowly went back to its normal self.
Shark attacks are common in Australia and yearly dozens of people are killed by sharks, most often in rural areas.
Bondi Beach in Sydney is one of Australia’s most popular beaches drawing huge crowds during Christmas time when it is summer in Australia and the weather is warm and sunny.
A hungry shark could spell disaster in an ocean filled with bobbing human bodies, wearing nothing more than bathing gear.
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