Cyclone Washes A Shark Onto The Streets Of Australia, And It’s Straight Out Of Sharknado

Now, don’t freak out, but it seems that a cyclone left a shark on the streets of Australia – and it looks just like a scene from Sharknado, a sci-fi movie in which sharks are washed onto the streets of town.

“Think it’s safe to go back in the water? Think again!,” wrote Queensland Fire and Emergency Services on its Facebook page on Thursday with a warning to followers: “You never know what lurks beneath the surface during a severe storm and what will wash up in the aftermath.”

Local reporter Philip Calder had to cover the storm’s damage, and that’s when he came across the shark. He said that a river near where the predator was found is “full of bull sharks”, so locals never swim there. According to the International Shark Attack File, a bull shark is one of the most dangerous species to humans and is known for a high number of attacks.

“Because they prefer to live in shallow waters such as river mouths, bays, and estuaries, they come in frequent (and dangerous) contact with humans,” the website states.

The shark is said to be the talk of the town with many locals coming to touch it. Well, hold on there, Aussies!

A cyclone left a shark on the streets of Australia – and it looks just like a scene from Sharknado

Image credits: QFES

Local reporter Philip Calder had to cover the storm’s damage, and that’s when he came across the shark

He said that a river near where the predator was found is “full of bull sharks”, so locals never swim there

Image credits: QFES

According to the International Shark Attack File, a bull shark is one of the most dangerous species to humans

Image credits: Philip Calder‏

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