IRMA: Footage Of Sharks Swimming in Flooded Miami Street Goes VIRAL
Hurricane Irma results in Misplaced sea life
Footage of deadly sharks swimming in the flooded Miami streets following the devastating trail of hurricane Irma has gone viral across social media.
The video reveals the power of the category five storms as its immense power has managed to displaced many types of sea life including sharks.
The clip shows three sharks swimming down a Miami street as water flows from the storm. The sharks appear to be in formation before separating as the video ends.
Over 38 people have been killed since Hurricane Irma ripped through the Caribbean causing catastrophic devastation.
Irma has been the most powerful ever Atlantic Ocean hurricane, killing 38 people after tearing through the Caribbean and causing widespread devastation.
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DailyStar reports: Footage of downtown Miami underwater quickly went viral and now something even more terrifying has surfaced.
The short clip appears to show three menacing-looking fins swimming across a street as water gushes down.
They start to separate from formation before the video comes to an end.
Initially, the chilling sight terrified viewers, with one commenting: “Nope, that is genuinely terrifying.”
But soon, people started noticing a problem with the video.
“Sharks don’t swim in packs, clearly fake,” one wrote.
Another added: “Fake. Sharks are solitary animals.”
It’s not the first time claims of sharks being washed up by Irma have surfaced.
A supposed news report claiming “sharks have been lifted” by the storm went viral earlier this week, before it was quashed by fake news detector website Snopes.
However, another deadly creature has surfaced in the wake of Irma, with footage of an alligator casually strolling across a road emerging yesterday (September 11).