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People Have Been Jet Skiing In These Floodwaters. Here’s Why They Really Shouldn’t.


While Cyclone Debbie has caused a lot of destruction for people living in northeast Australia, some are having fun surfing and jet skiing in the raging waters.

This behavior is already questionable enough when considering the dangers of the storm, but what just washed up in Queensland makes it even scarier.

On March 30, Townsville journalist Philip Calder came across the carcass of a bull shark in a puddle near where the storm hit. It had been in Slacks Creek before torrential rain caused it to flood.

This wasn’t the only bull shark to make an appearance, though. Another one was found a few days earlier.

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Read More: A Snake Tried To Eat A Porcupine. As You Can Guess, It Definitely Didn’t End Well.

This type of shark is specifically known for its aggressive nature and ability thrive in both salt and fresh water, even when the water is shallow.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/cyclone-debbie-shark/

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People Have Been Jet Skiing In These Floodwaters. Here’s Why They Really Shouldn’t.

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