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.
OCEARCH dubbed the shark "Nukumi," or "Queen of the Ocean."
Jason Gillespie was deep-sea fishing in the area when he spotted the remarkable three-foot tope shark.
A 30-year-old snorkeler from Atlanta, Georgia was attacked by a shark in the Florida Keys on Sunday.
A video taken in New Smyrna Beach last week shows multiple sharks spotted along the shore and in shallow water.
Volusia County Beach Safety says a man was bitten by a shark in New Smyrna Beach on Sunday.
A woman who visited New Smyrna Beach on Thursday says while she was boogie boarding in the ocean when a shark tried to make a meal out of her leg.
A woman bit a shark while hopping off her boogie-board at New Smyrna Beach. She kicked it and then was bit again, officials said.
Kyle Rosenblatt with @indepthmarinefl on Instagram got a video of the shark on Sunday.
“They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, that picture is worth a thousand breaches," said shark expert Chris Fallows.
A woman is recovering after being bitten by a shark in New Smyrna Beach.
A 10-year-old boy in Australia is lucky to be alive after being dragged off a boat by a shark, according to authorities.
What started as an opportunity to test out her GoPro turned into a close-up view of a shark encounter in New Smyrna Beach.
NSW Police Detective Inspector Matt Kehoe told reporters the action of those who had tried to save the man was "nothing short of heroic" and said the shark had been spotted "on a number of occasions just off the shore."
As a safety precaution, authorities closed the water 1 mile north and south of the attack until Thursday. Signs have been posted warning beachgoers about the attack.
A surfer was killed by a shark off Monterey Bay in California.
Michael Alvarez told FOX 35 Orlando that he was fishing off his friend's dock on Melbourne Beach when he spotted two sawfish sharks swimming along the shoreline in about waist-deep water.