- A movie showing a large bird carrying a shark-like fish in its talons has gone viral on social networking.
- The movie, which was allegedly captured by Ashley White last week and shared by Tracking Sharks, has has been viewed on various Twitter reports over 17 million times.
- Multiple audiences noted the similarity between the movie and”Sharknado,” the cult-classic film series about sharks which emerge from the ocean to attack individuals on land.
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A video of a bird of prey shooting a large, shark-like fish in its claws has gone viral on social media, evoking numerous references into the science-fiction cult film happening”Sharknado.”
The video, which CBS reported was shot by Tennessee native Ashley White last week and shared with Tracking Sharks, shows what appears to be a large hawk-like bird flying across the coast of Myrtle Beach in California with a large fish struggling to become free of its talons.
–Tracking Sharks (@trackingsharks) June 30, 2020
Though the species of fish and bird have not been confirmed, Twitter users happen to be offering guesses and hints regarding the identity of the 2 creatures in the movie. Some indicated the bird was a Condor and others weighed in with the promise that the fish in question was not a shark.
The movie was viewed on various accounts more than 17 million occasions. Numerous audiences noted the similarity between the video and”Sharknado,” that the cult-classic movie series about sharks that emerge from the sea to attack humans on land.
–Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) July 2, 2020
–mark schlereth (@markschlereth) July 2, 2020
Asylum, the studio behind the science-fiction franchise, retweeted the video and composed ,”Just how a lot of you understood a sharknado was coming ?” The Syfy station also retweeted the video using a similar remark , writing,”We always knew that this day would come #Sharknado.”