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Is it time to end shark feeding in Florida?
Although the practice is legal in Florida 鈥?and generates $221 million in revenue and provides 3,700 jobs, according to a 2016 report by Oceana 鈥?it’s time to end it. NOAA Fisheries should follow the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ‘s lead and outlaw shark feeding in federal waters too.
Are there Sharks in Florida beaches in January?
Everyone should be alert while visiting Florida’s Atlantic seaside between mid-January and early March. At this time the waters of Florida’s most popular beaches literally teem with blacktip sharks, which migrate in search of warm water and food.
Are there blacktip sharks in Florida?
At this time the waters of Florida’s most popular beaches literally teem with blacktip sharks, which migrate in search of warm water and food. In some years, up to 15,000 blacktip and spinner sharks have been spotted in South Florida during the annual migration. You can’t be sure they won’t attack since attacks have occurred in the past.
Do sharks feed all the time?
My opinion, and one shared by many of our captains, is that sharks feed all the time. They are expert hunters and they are always on the move. If something triggers one of their senses, particularly their sense of smell, these monsters are going to feed.