Sharks spotted feet from the shore at Myrtle

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It’s about that time of year. You know, the one when we start hearing about the shark bites or shark sightings. Today, we take you down to Dirty Myrtle, where a group of people spotted roughly 10 sharks swimming mere feet from the shore. And no, they weren’t little baby sharks either. We’re talking sharks bigger than you. Nope. Nope. And Nope. We’re at the age where observing the ocean is better than the thought of getting in it. 

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