well do you know how to post a link to the page.
and to embed youtube videos is not that hard. in the address bar of the youtube page copy everything after the = sign and think click the you tube
button on post page and paste.
Cool video but I don't think its a shark for a couple reasons...but the main reason is: look behind the dorsal fin...there is a fairly clear and
defined backbone/spine. You don't see that on any sharks because they're cartiledge. This is some type of predatory bony fish.
I have done a lot of diving with sharks in the Bahamas and the Caribbean, with Tigers, sand tigers, lemon sharks, nurse sharks etc. That dorsal fin
looks too small for a bull shark. It looks more like a large catfish, which in the space of time it surfaced, could have been mistaken for a shark.
Yup. I think the video and claim has been put to rest sufficiently besides I think the video claimed it was a catfish as well.
It didn't look at all like a bullshark to begin with I have seen my share of them. It did have me looking up purposes for a while and even though
some resembled the video it is without a doubt a huge cat.
BTW fun fact Lake Nicaragua has landlocked bull sharks. There is a debate of if they have been there for centuries or if they travel up a river
jumping like salmon.
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