The Mako sharks, assuming these videos are capturing several individuals as opposed to just one single Mako shark, have been doing their rounds in Dalmatia.
The first Mako shark sighting was captured by a German tourist sailing with his family near Makarska, the second piece of footage was taken by a Croat out on a boat with some tourists in the Korčula channel, and now the third video of a Mako shark in Croatian waters has been captured in the waters of the Brač channel just in front of Makarska, where the shark was originally seen.
If it is the same Mako shark that has become somewhat famous over the last few days in Croatia, then he or she is enjoying a very nice tour of Dalmatia, popping up in some beautiful locations up and down the central and more southern Dalmatian coast.
As Morski writes on the 13th of June, 2019, the shark obviously loves the camera, and was filmed very clearly once again by some tourists in the Brač channel, and the third video was initially published by the Cro2go page.
To briefly recalled what oceanography experts from Split recently stated, Mako sharks are a threatened and protected species, and while classed as potentially dangerous, they prefer to stay out of the way of humans and in the last 120 years, only 10 attacks have been carried out on humans by Mako sharks worldwide.
The experts have stressed that there is absolutely no need for anyone to panic about the shark’s presence.
Watch the latest video of the Mako shark here:
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