Friday, 3 January 2014

Photobombing 'Shark' Actually A Dolphin, Expert Says

When is a shark not a shark? When it's (likely) a dolphin.

Last Friday, June Emerson of California took a picture of her 12-year-old boy and a friend at Manhattan Beach. It was a typical fun-in-the-sun shot, except for a scary looking, shadowy figure in the surf, just behind the boys. It immediately went viral as a "shark photobomb."

Jeff Kurr, an expert who has had some pretty close encounters filming sharks for Discovery's Shark Week, told CNN that the mysterious marine stalker was "a juvenile great white shark."

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