It shows three men in a power boat dragging a shark tied to the back of the boat at a approximately 45 miles per hour.
Florida wildlife officials are investigating a video posted to social media that appears to show a boat traveling at a high speed while dragging a shark. Three young men in the boat point and laugh as the shark slaps the water, though it's not clear if the animal is alive.
The issue is that investigators don't know who posted the video, where the video was shot or what happened to the shark. He had never interacted with them before, but he said he suspects that they were one of his more than 78,000 followers on the social media platform. This is a complete joke!
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"Look, it's already nearly dead", one man says while pointing at the shark.
WKMG has reached out to a man who online commenters have identified as being on the boat featured in the video.
"The FWC takes this very seriously and is now investigating this incident", FWC spokesperson Rob Klepper said in an email Tuesday.
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The statement said it is "too early to speculate as to what, if any, violations took place in this incident".
FWC added that the agency is not confirming the identities of any of the people possibly involved or speaking about the ongoing investigation.
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