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Is Sargassum Attracting Sharks to Galveston? | SharkFest ctm magazine



After a spade of shark attacks in Galveston, TX, researchers are quickly trying to figure out what’s bringing more sharks to the area.
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25 Comments

  • HBK’s Lazy Eye on July 9, 2019

    “Tourism Mecca” bruh lmao

  • uriel on July 10, 2019

    i went to cancun in early june and boy there was ALOT of sargassum

  • Liz Marquez on July 10, 2019

    First off all people in Texas are not afraid of sharks. Galveston water is disgusting and smells like sewer.

  • Judy Amraya on July 11, 2019

    There is plenty of sargassum on Florida beaches… esp South Beach and also plenty of sharks

  • Liz Wilson on July 11, 2019

    I live in Galveston and am a Marine Biologist. The sargassum comes in every year, some years we have more than others but this is a natural process and is not related to so called global warming. It is a dune stabilizer and buffet for shore birds. National Geo is hyping this up for sure!

  • David Escalante on July 14, 2019

    National Drama Queen

  • xAyeeJordy on July 14, 2019

    I've caught and seen caught tiger sharks hammerhead sharks bull sharks blacktip sharks spinner sharks silkie sharks in 8-10 feet of water but if there is a lot of bait in the surf they will get up to 3 foot of water

  • Bianca Garciarivas on July 15, 2019

    I live in Galveston

  • ChanceUpNext on July 16, 2019

    I’m from Galveston

  • pantherzlee pantherz on July 19, 2019

    As soon as he mentioned climate change I hit the dislike button and stopped the video 💋

  • Hannah Riley on July 20, 2019

    Can you eat that sort of seaweed I wonder

  • Michael Perez on July 20, 2019

    We still in the water. Ain't nothin changed. 🤣🤣

  • santiny on July 22, 2019

    I was In Galveston last month and I went to the beach. I wasn’t going to get in the water tho I ain’t want to.

  • CARLOS! on July 23, 2019

    i had a sargasm watching this

  • Brian Haskins on July 25, 2019

    Sargassum=no surf fishing 🙁

  • outdoorsadrenaline on August 13, 2019

    I was in Galveston last week and did a bit of fishing. I personally caught 5 sharks while surf fishing around the second sand bar. I caught a hammerhead, bonnet head, and black tips. The company I was with caught more total than I did and caught some bigger sharks. I did notice this aquatic plant though before watching this video I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of it. Galveston is loaded with sharks.

  • EZ ION on November 14, 2019

    Is it literally a threat, or was that just sargassum?

  • EZ ION on November 14, 2019

    90 percent of snark attacks are under the cover of sargassum.

  • Laura Cardenas on June 17, 2020

    I’m the only one who noticed that the Galveston beach is blue when actually is brown the whole year. 🙄

  • Lisa Barnette on June 23, 2020

    I live In Houston and I go to Galveston all the time

  • Nails 💅! on August 21, 2020

    Oh no 😬

  • Jon on April 25, 2021

    The sensational soundtrack and the narration is ridiculous, and it does a disservice to a worthwhile subject. National Geographic used to stand for more than this.

  • BobDa D'Naila on May 31, 2021

    Yeah boy!

  • BobDa D'Naila on May 31, 2021

    "You can actually SEE Sargasm, from space."
    🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

  • xx_Blasphemer_xx on August 20, 2021

    Sarcasm attracts sharks to Galveston. You can actually see sarcasm from space.

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