Incredible drone video shows at least 8 sharks in the shallow waters of Ponce Bay

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Volusia County is the so-called shark bite capital of the world, and more shark bites have been reported there than anywhere else. Most of them are minor and rarely are life-threatening. Drew Duncan creates content for the Internet, and his drone video caught at least 8 sharks in the fairly shallow waters near Ponce Inlet. He went out to get videos of his surfing son and other people. “This is crazy… how many people are crazy,” he said. The marine life is there, and then some, very close to the surfer. Duncan caught a surfer and it was like making waves on a shark. “He saw the shark and swiped directly over the shark. He wasn’t worried. Not many surfers were worried about the shark. They didn’t come to eat you, they came here to find something to eat,” Duncan said. Normally, surfers are bitten by sharks while paddling in and out. The hands and feet are similar to bait fish. Most surfers agree that the adventure is worthwhile. “This is their house. We only visit their strange neighbors occasionally,” Duncan said. Duncan said it was great to capture these terrifying creatures and so many creatures. One surfer even poses. Duncan said: “He came in, cut all the way, and struck an S on the screen, which is like they could not do in Hollywood.” Duncan said, the encounter was very close. But all the surfers did not have any problems. So far this year, there have been 16 reports of being bitten by sharks.

Volusia County is the so-called shark bite capital of the world, and more shark bites have been reported there than anywhere else. Most of them are minor and rarely are life-threatening.

Drew Duncan creates content for the Internet, and his drone video caught at least 8 sharks in the fairly shallow waters near Ponce Inlet. He went out to get videos of his surfing son and other people.

“This is crazy… how many people are crazy,” he said.

The marine life is there, and then some, very close to the surfer. Duncan caught a surfer who was riding the wind and waves over a shark.

“He saw the shark and passed. He wasn’t worried. Not many surfers worried about the shark. They didn’t come to eat you, they came to find something to eat,” Duncan said.

Normally, surfers are bitten by sharks as they go in and out. The hands and feet are similar to bait fish. Most surfers agree that the adventure is worthwhile.

“This is their house. We only visit their strange neighbors occasionally,” Duncan said.

Duncan said it was great to capture these terrifying creatures and so many creatures. One surfer even poses.

Duncan said: “He went straight in, cut in all the way, and swiped an S on the screen, like they couldn’t do it in Hollywood.”

Duncan said that the encounter was very close. But all surfers have no problem.

So far this year, there have been 16 reports of being bitten by sharks.

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