In the balmy, coastal city of Bonita Springs, Florida, tourists flock to see the gorgeous beaches and experience the mild climate.
For 69-year-old resident Dick Frey, though, the wildlife is taking over his home—literally!
Frey was one of a group of shocked residents who looked out their windows one sunny day and noticed that the clear, smooth water making up a small channel in their backyards had an unwelcome visitor.
Swimming around the docks and prowling through the crystal-clear depths of the channel was none other than a nine-foot bull shark, hunting for something to eat.
Frey and others theorized that bait used for fishing in the picturesque backyard waters had brought the lethal predator, considered to be the most dangerous shark in the world, right up to their doorstep.
For residents, the clear waters make it easy to spot the shark from afar—but even so, chances are they won’t have their feet dangling off the docks any time soon!
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