Sailing off the coast of Pembrokeshire in southwest Wales, a sailor noticed a fin and a tail of a sea animal protruding above the water in the Bristol Channel. Alex Brace, a member of the Tenby sailing club, initially thought it was a catfish or a dolphin, but it was a giant shark.
Alex Brace, a member of the Tenby sailing club and owner of a bicycle shop in Saundersfoot, was cruising with a friend on Wednesday night off the coast of Pembrokeshire. At about 8 p.m., he noticed a fin and a tail sticking out of the water.
“We’ve seen seals and porpoises while sailing, but not sharks,” said Alex Brace, the author of the video. – I talked to people who swim here regularly and say that seeing this animal is rare. It was really amazing – he added.
According to experts, Brace’s recording shows a giant shark, also known as a giant shark or a shark. It is the second largest fish found in the Atlantic Ocean and can reach a maximum length of 15.2 meters.
Long shark, giant shark or a giant shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is a species of large sea fish, the only surviving member of the Cetorhinidae family. It is a cosmopolitan species, meaning it is found in the cool and moderately warm ocean waters of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
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