'It was so crazy': Man grabs shark with bare hands on Delaware beach in viral video

SALISBURY, Md. - A swimmer was caught in front of a shark's camera last weekend on the beach at Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware.
The video shared by Delaware-based Rachael Foster on Facebook shows a man holding on to the shark and trying to unhook the shark after being caught. The video together generated 200,000 views on Facebook and TikTok.
"Everyone started screaming, 'Shark, shark, get out of the water!'" Said Foster. "It was as crazy as a movie. Like pine. "
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Foster said there were about 20 people on the bank watching what was going on.
The man in the video wasn't the person who caught the shark, said Foster. After his friend caught the shark, the man went into the water to open the shark's mouth and take out the hook.
Then the shark was released.
This is completely legal in Delaware.
Shark attacks have decreased worldwide: the reason? It is probably due to the corona virus.
According to the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, sand tiger and sandbar sharks cannot be kept, and those that are not held back must be released immediately to ensure survival.
Although Park Rangers were on site to support and monitor the matter on Sunday, Cape Henlopen is no stranger to sharks.
A 12-year-old boy was hospitalized in early June after being bitten in the park, resulting in an interruption in surfing and swimming at Herring Point. According to a Delmarva Daily Times press release, it was believed that the bite came from a sand shark.
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Despite the presence of sharks on the beach, Foster said she was concerned but never unsafe.
"It was so cool," said Foster. “And we get to the beaches a lot. Probably two to three times a week. But we have never seen anything like it. "
This article originally appeared in the Salisbury Daily Times: Shooting viral videos of sharks on Delaware beach and opening their jaws

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