Mako sharks possess one of the most powerful bites on the planet.


A video has captured the dramatic moment when beachgoers in Florida united to rescue a massive shark that had become stranded on the sand. This incident unfolded on a Thursday in Pensacola, located on the Gulf Coast of the Sunshine State. A group of beachgoers discovered a 10-foot Mako shark washed ashore and immediately sprang into action. They worked together to wrestle the shark back into the water and, after several determined attempts, successfully returned it to the sea.

Tina Fey, a visitor from Texas celebrating her wedding anniversary with her husband at Pensacola Beach, recorded the video. The couple was enjoying their time on the beach with friends when they spotted the stranded Mako shark in the water.

"It suddenly appeared while we were swimming, beaching itself right in front of us. When we were informed that the wildlife experts and lifeguards couldn't intervene, we took it upon ourselves to do everything we could to return it to the water," she captioned the video on Facebook.




The video begins with a Mako shark, known for its jagged and razor-sharp teeth, lying on the beach while three men attempt to move it by holding its tail. During this process, the marine predator becomes agitated, causing the men to cautiously step back. After the shark calms down, they seize its tail fin once more.

"Babe, it's too dangerous, don't do that," the woman filming the encounter can be heard cautioning. Eventually, the men successfully flip the shark over and guide it back toward the ocean, eliciting cheers and applause from the onlooking crowd, who hailed the rescuers for their efforts.

"It was incredibly thrilling, and the adrenaline was definitely pumping. I was concerned with my husband being in the water with the shark. We were fully aware that we needed to act swiftly for a greater chance of the shark's survival," Tina Fey shared with Insider.

It's worth noting that Mako sharks are categorized as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. These sharks can grow up to 12 feet in length and weigh as much as 1,200 pounds. According to AmericanOceans.org, Mako sharks are known for possessing one of the most formidable bites in the world.


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