Several hundred beach visitors Myrtle Beach in the state of South Carolina in the UNITED states got the coffee wrong in the neck, when the sudden 30. June saw a gigantic bird came flying along the beach with a gigantic fish in its claws.
A woman by the name of Ashley White was quick enough to film a stunning video of the unusual incident, which subsequently has gone extremely viral on social media, where the video now has had more than 17 million views.
Ashley White explained that she was in a room on the 17. floor, when she suddenly saw the big bird with the big fish in its claws.
It writes several media outlets including CBS and the Metro.
On the social media, it is extensively been discussed, what kind of bird and what kind of fish it is in the dramatic video. Many believe that the bird is an osprey. But others have also said that it may be a condor. For the fish many people believe that there is talk about a shark, while others suggest that it can be a big tuna or a mackerel.
Photo: Storyful via the AP.
the Boss-the weatherman from the local media WPDE put a notice out on Facebook, where he thought it was an osprey that had caught a big Spanish mackerel.
On social media and in the media, is the unusual video has also been compared to the movie 'Sharknado' from 2013, which had Ian Ziering and Tara Reid in the lead roles. The film is based in a small town that gets hit by a tremendous waterspout, which sucks giant sharks out of the ocean, which then attacks the people in the flooded city.
the film production company behind the cult film 'Sharknado' put a notice out on Twitter, where they wrote the following with a twinkle in his eye:
'How many of you knew that there is a new Sharknado is on the way?'
How many of you knew a sharknado was coming next? https://t.co/rc4pKdnYbu— The Asylum (@theasylumcc) July 2, 2020
Twitter-ago 'Tracking Sharks' was also a spread out, where they wrote:
Is there anyone who know what kind of bird it is. And is it a shark, it has caught?
Anyone know what type of bird this is and is it holding a shark? #myrtlebeach Kelly Burbage pic.twitter.com/gc59xihiM7— Tracking Sharks (@trackingsharks) June 30, 2020