Shark jumps onto fishing boat, gets stuck

Shark jumps onto fishing boat, gets stuck

Shark jumps onto fishing boat, gets stuck

A massive mako shark jumped aboard a fishing charter boat and got stuck in a handrail earlier this month.

Fox 26 reports that Capt. Don Law was at the helm when this weird incident occurred on July 6, and that the shark was estimated to weigh about 180 pounds. The anglers on board the Long Island fishing boat looked horrified as they watched the huge shark struggle to get back into the water.

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The video shows the shark thrashing rapidly before one of the men cut it loose.

The Mako shark writhes around on the deck of the boat with its body trapped beneath the guard-rail.

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"We're going to be famous", someone else on the boat says. His mouth was full of blood from his biting dangles on the railing, in his attempt to escape. It then slips into the water and swims away.

In the now-viral video taken by those on the boat, someone can be heard saying "He jumped on the boat, oh my god!", as crew members decide how to handle the situation. "I'm glad he landed up there and not in here!"

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