A hammerhead shark made its presence known off Montagu Beach in Nassau, the Bahamas.
In the video below, onlookers gasp at its size, estimated to be between 13 and 19.5 feet (4 to 6 meters) long, reports 9news.com.au.
The shark nearly touches land, cruising right up to the water's edge. It appears not to have been bothered by anyone on shore -- unlike other, smaller sharks that weren't so lucky.
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Hammerheads (which have been busy in recent days!) love to eat stingrays, but they'll broaden their menu choices to include squid, octopus, other fish, and crustaceans. In the video, the shark doesn't seem to be chasing anything in particular -- unlike this one in Tampa Bay -- but it's a safe bet it found a snack before long amid the tropical marine life.