The shark briefly appeared near the coast at Panama City Beach before swimming back out to the ocean.
Officials said the boy was standing in waist-deep water in front of Winterhaven Park when a two-to-three-foot shark bit him in the leg.
Nemanja Spasojevic says he was snorkeling off the coast of Grey Whale Cove State Beach in San Mateo County when he was bit by a great white shark.
The surfer said he believed he was bitten by a 6- to 8-foot-long great white shark, which sunk its teeth into his leg 10 times.
Florida Fishing Fleet said that Captain Lance saw the whale shark about 25 miles off the shore of Anna Maria Island while on a fishing charter.
Photographer Jacob Danner says that he found the tooth of a Megalodon, which is an extinct species of shark, while walking on a Florida beach.
A 12-year-old was bitten by a shark in Volusia County, according to beach safety officials.
Jai said that after he heals, he is hoping to get back to surfing. He is also thankful to the man who helped save his leg and possibly his life.
In addition to the two shark bites, beach safety officials said a 67-year-old man visiting from Missouri drowned in Daytona Beach Shores.
Kristen Young sent FOX 35 video of what she says was a Great White Shark off the coast of Fort Pierce over the weekend.
A new study revealed a massive shark “die-off” occurred nearly 19 million years ago, but scientists can’t explain the mystery.
An extinction event about 19 million years ago decimated shark populations by up to 90%, researchers say.
“They’re coming in!” Several hammerhead sharks were seen circling beachgoers in Pensacola, Florida on May 29.
State wildlife officials are trying to better understand increased encounters between sharks and people fishing in Florida waters.
The woman was sitting on the board off of New Smyrna Beach on Friday morning when she was bitten on the foot, according to rescue officials.
Details like the type or size of the shark are not known, police added.
Talk about a fish out of water! Well, technically we're talking about sharks and they're still in water, but they're certainly not where you'd expect.
The family, visiting from Minnesota, decided to head to the beach while they waited for their Miami Beach hotel room.
A woman walking along the beach said she found the shark on Monday.
Officials said it was likely a black-tipped shark that bit man visiting Florida.