Cocoa Beach Shark and Jellyfish Report For May 5, 2017

Cocoa Beach Shark and Jellyfish Report For May 5, 2017

COCOA BEACH, Florida - Beach conditions have improved in May on Cocoa Beach, Florida following increased shark activity and the heavy presence of jellyfish last month.

Although shark sightings and bites have decreased during the first week of May, there are some factors that should increase shark/human interaction over the next few days.

A huge great white shark was tracked off of south Brevard County which could indicate the presence of other great whites following the same food migration patterns.

Also, a full moon on May 10th means that sea turtles, a favorite food of tiger sharks, will be making their way to the beaches on Florida's Space Coast to lay eggs this week while hatchlings are also venturing out to sea.

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