Panic as 'terrifying' eight-foot shark spotted in Magaluf sea

Panic as 'terrifying' eight-foot shark spotted in Magaluf sea

Panic as 'terrifying' eight-foot shark spotted in Magaluf sea

However, in news that those with a phobia of sharks and open waters will find highly distressing, an eight-foot shark has been caught after scaring swimmers out of the sea in Mallorca. The area was monitored for several hours after the incident to make sure the shark did not reappear, before beachgoers were allowed back in the water.

Lifeguards on jet skis helped kids on dinghies and from an inflatable water park near where the shark was spotted to safety as colleagues ran along the shoreline blowing on whistles and ordering swimmers out of the water.

An aquarium worker said a hook was found inside its mouth "which caused it irreversible damage".

On Friday a beach in Valencia, eastern Spain, was closed after a shark sighting.

Lifeguards pulled it out from the waters and handed it over to wildlife experts in the nearby Palma aquarium.

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A spokesman said it had been given a sedative to minimise its suffering before being put down. "Afterwards, it is euthanized to minimize suffering, stress and to provide it with a dignified death", he said. It was located and captured by Sunday afternoon, according to the Guardian.

She added: "What a pity that they have to come so close because we're destroying their ecosystem and they have to survive".

Last month a blue shark was believed to be responsible for an attack that left a bather wounded on the Spanish island of Ibiza.

The fish is thought to have moved close to the shore after becoming disorientated before vanishing after swimming back out to sea.

Blue sharks primarily eat fish and squid and it is very rare they attack humans.

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