Watch: Sharks sighted near Hadera

A number of the sharks were sighted swimming by a drone operated by researchers out of Haifa University.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 16, 2017 18:03

Sharks seen near Hadera (Haifa University)

Sharks seen near Hadera (Haifa University)

 
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For the first time this winter season sharks have been sighted off the coast of Hadera.

A number of the sharks were sighted swimming by a drone operated by researchers out of Haifa University.

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The researchers say the sharks come to Hadera because they are attracted to the city's power plant, which heats the surrounding water.

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