VIDEO: Charter Captain Makes Rare Sighting of Great White Shark In Florida Keys

By  //  April 19, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: When charter Capt. Chris Muller took a group of foreign exchange students out to Alligator Reef in the Florida Keys for a snorkeling excursion, they were hoping for sea turtles, sting rays and other sorts of tropical reef fish, but they were not expecting a 12-foot great white shark.

A great white shark was spotted recently on Alligator Reef in the Florida Keys.

Capt. Chris Miller and First Mate Greg Schlosser were taking a group of foreign exchange students out for a snorkeling excursion when the 10-12 foot great white swam about 15 feet from their charter vessel.

Muller had a charter of 13 people, mostly exchange students from Thailand and South Korea.

The great white is a rare sight in the Florida Keys.

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A Great White shark was spotted recently on Alligator Reef in the Florida Keys. (Wikipedia image)

A Great White shark was spotted recently on Alligator Reef in the Florida Keys. (Wikipedia image)


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