Shark Feeding Frenzy Louisiana Video Went Viral 

shark feeding frenzy Louisiana video
  • Last month, a group of fishermen looking for yellowfin tuna were shocked to see a shiver of sharks feeding about 15 miles off the coast of Venice, Louisiana. 
  • The sharks had found a bait pod and pushed them up against the boat to feast on them. May recalled the sharks splashing water into the boat as they feasted on the big bait pod. 
  • May and his girlfriend, Kaitlyn Dix, were fishing on a friend’s fishing boat when they saw the sharks feeding. 
  • The frenzy was so intense that the sharks brought water into the boat.
  • The video footage of the scene shows several gray fins flopping in the water as the frenzied sharks feasted around the boat. 
  • The video has prompted hundreds of comments online, with many users expressing their fear of being in such a situation.

The shark feeding frenzy Louisiana video has gone viral all over the internet. 

Last month, a group of fishermen looking for yellowfin tuna were shocked to see a shiver of sharks feeding about 15 miles off the coast of Venice, Louisiana. 

Dillon May recorded a video of the scene, showing sharks thrashing in the water around the boat. 

@cbsnews Fishermen looking for yellowfin tuna came across sharks in a feeding frenzy off the coast of Venice, #Louisiana. #sharks #animals ♬ original sound – cbsnews

At first, the group thought the movement was a “tuna boil,” a school of tuna nibbling on food that causes water to bubble up. 

However, they were surprised to find that hungry sharks were causing the commotion. 

“Then we saw it was sharks on a bait bod — never seen anything like it,” May told Storyful, which posted the video on Tuesday.

“By the time we got there, the sharks had found the bod and pushed them up against the boat to feast on them,” he continued.

The sharks had found a bait pod and pushed them up against the boat to feast on them. May recalled the sharks splashing water into the boat as they feasted on the big bait pod. 

The video of the wild scene went viral and has been shared widely online.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries, sharks can go up to six weeks without feeding. Still, they can go into an “eating phase” and seek a food source.

 When they decide to feed, they aren’t picky eaters and will eat anything, including tires, license plates, a fur coat, a chicken coop, and even a full suit of armor.

“Sharks will eat anything. In fact, things like tires, license plates, a fur coat, a chicken coop, and even a full suit of armor have been found in their stomachs! But generally, sharks are omnivorous, which means usually they just eat meat and plants. If there is not an abundant supply of meat in the area, they will resort to eating sea vegetation,” the agency said.

May and his girlfriend, Kaitlyn Dix, were fishing on a friend’s fishing boat when they saw the sharks feeding. 

They drove the boat towards a large menhaden pod, but the sharks found it and pushed it against the ship to feast on it. The frenzy was so intense that the sharks brought water into the boat.

The video footage of the scene shows several gray fins flopping in the water as the frenzied sharks feasted around the boat. 

The video has prompted hundreds of comments online, with many users expressing their fear of being in such a situation.

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