Update: Sharks on Florida Shores Near Beaches Cnn Video

Sharks are moving closer to Florida beaches as they attempt to look for food and escape an oily death…

Update (6/23/10) CNN has a video about this that I wanted to share with everyone that was interested in this story. I’m sorry to say that the situation is much worse than when I wrote this article only 2 days ago. Here is the video:

http://cnn.com/video/?/video/us/2010/06/23/hln.gulf.oil.sharks.cnn

(6/21/10)

Due to the catastrophic BP Gulf oil spill, sharks are starting to move closer to shores in Florida to look for food.

Last month, it started with a tiger shark. The shark entered the shores of southwestern Florida, near beaches. It was disoriented and weak. No one could say for sure if the tiger shark had approached the shore because of the oil spill, because oil was not visible in that area yet. Now, a month later, it is getting much worse.

For the past few weeks, over 2 dozen shark sightings have occurred in areas they would not normally be. It is possible that the sharks are aware of the impending doom to their habitat and have escaped the oil spill, to cleaner waters. But that is the best case scenario and not the end of the story. Whale sharks have also been spotted and their situation is critical. They need to feed in the areas that are in oil spill area. Even though they seem to be moving away from the danger zone, they have also moved away from their food source. The sharks that have been spotted are all exhibiting the signs of weakness and disorientation, like the first tiger shark that was spotted.

Picture of a whale shark:

MOTOBU, JAPAN - FEBRUARY 26: A eight-metre-long Whale shark swims with other fish in a worlds' largest tank with its front panel size of 8.2 metre x 22.5 metre at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium on February 26, 2010 in Motobu, Okinawa, Japan. Japan's most popular aquarium attracts more than 2.5 million visitors per year. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)

My other articles and coverage of the Gulf oil disaster from day 1 (newest to oldest):

BP Wrote Cap and Trade. Plot Thickens

Sharks Head to Shore Escaping BP Gulf Coast Oil Spill

BP Controlled Burns of Oil in The Gulf From Spill

6/17/10 Senate and House Hearings About BP Gulf Oil Spill

Deepwater Horizon Chronological Pictures of BP Oil Spill Rig

BP Gulf Oil Spill: The Well Started Cracking in February

BP Gulf Oil Spill Pictures: Destroyed Beaches and Habitats

BP Gulf Oil Spill Pictures: The Protesters and Activists

BP Gulf Oil Spill: 20 Billion in Escrow is a Joke

Tragedy: BP Gulf Coast Oil Spill Animal Pictures

BP Gulf Oil Spill: Jindal Takes Over, Florida Not Far Behind

Lightning Strikes and Fire Starts on BP Oil Rig in Gulf

BP Orders 32 Machines From Kevin Costner’s Oil Clean Up Co

Obama: Seafood From Gulf is Safe, Never Mind the Oil and Corexit

Jim Cramer Video Tells The Truth About BP Gulf Oil Spill Disaster

JP Morgan Supertankers and The BP Gulf Oil Spill Disaster

Keith Olbermann Msnbc Doomsday Scenario BP Gulf Coast Oil Spill Video

The Dirty Truth About BP Gulf Oil Spill Dispersant: Nalco Corexit

The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Will Not be Stopped by BP

Congress Will Quadruple Oil Tax to Pay for Gulf Coast Spill

BP Lies Again: Live Gulf Oil Spill Web Camera is a Loop

Will Florida and Gulf Coast Residents Need to Evacuate From Oil Spill?

EPA Allowed BP to Use Toxic Banned Dispersant on Gulf Coast Oil

Workers are Getting Sick at Gulf Coast Oil Clean Up Sites

5/20/10 Satellite Images Show Gulf Oil Moving Into Current Loop

BP: Criminals! Claim Tar Balls are Not From Gulf Oil Spill

Can Our Economy Withstand The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Disaster?

Gulf Coast Oil Spill Has Become Massive and is Approaching Florida

Why BP, Transocean and Halliburton Will Get Away with Environmental Disaster

Gulf Coast Oil Spill Worse Than Exxon Valdez

The Gulf Coast Oil Spill and The 2010 Hurricane Season

Florida Declares State of Emergency

Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Rig: The Worst Environmental Disaster in Decades

Louisiana Declared State of Emergency

Louisiana Coast Oil Rig Explosion: Situation is Getting Worse

Burning Oil Rig Sinks Off The Coast of Louisiana

Explosion on Gulf Coast Oil Rig and Guess Who is Investigating The Accident

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  1. Maggie Says...

    On December 3, 2011 at 10:17 am

    thanks for the information :)


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