18 Jul, 2019 @ 17:38
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PICTURED: ‘Shark’ spotted near swimmers on Spain’s Costa del Sol

SNAPPED: Shark spotted by OP reader Seth Herbert
SNAPPED: Shark spotted by OP reader Seth Herbert (©Sherbertshots)

THIS is the moment a ‘shark’ was spotted swimming in the waters of Marbella this afternoon. 

The animal was reportedly spotted swimming next to a young woman who was riding a water jet pack.

“I was on the Fly Blue Catamaran from Puerto Banus on the 3pm to Marbella,” Seth Herbert, who took the picture, told the Olive Press.

“Pulling into the port there was a small shark swimming metres from a girl using a water jetpack.”

The exact type of ‘shark’ has not yet been confirmed by experts.

The finned animal could also be a sunfish, which are often confused for sharks when seen from above the water.

Did you see the shark? Contact [email protected] 

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