An Australian beach had to be evacuated after an enormous shark was spotted just off the southern coast. According to the Mirror, the massive creature was spotted near Marino Rocks in Adelaide and at an estimated 22ft long it is only just short of the 25ft monster shark in Steven Spielberg’s classic Jaws.
A warning was issued for all to be alert and stay out of the area.
This just sent in of the massive 7m White spotted off Marino Rocks this afternoon from the Westpac Heli.
A message accompanying the post read.
Helicopter aerial patrols are currently herding a large White Shark out to sea off Marino Rocks. Nearby nippers events have been cancelled and all swimmers pulled from the water after the siren sounded.
"It's the biggest Iv ever seen as a crew member in the Westpac chopper, we put it down as 7m the photo really doesn't do…
The sheer size of the shark attracted a lot of interest, with the Shark Alerts South Australia Facebook page adding:
It’s the biggest I’ve ever seen as a crew member in the Westpac chopper, we put it down as 7m the photo really doesn’t do it justice.