*WARNING: There is foul language used in the video*
A fisherman had his boat just about 25 miles off the coast of the Ponce Inlet, due south of St. Augustine Beach. Everything was going swimmingly until he spotted this fellow eerily close to his boat.
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What would you do if you were in this situation and found a Great White Shark lurking around you?
OCEARCH's Chris Richards spoke out stating the Great White's typically spend the winter months off our coast and move north in April and May. Still though, what a scary sight! Be on the look out if you're out boating!
Source: Palm Beach Post