Yes a shark in Cyprus!
A shark was captured on camera in the Cyprus Occupied North on Wednesday according to Turkish Cypriot newspaper Cyprus Today.
Citizen Dennis Ekins snapped the shark near the coast of Ayia Eirini near Morphou Bay before it headed back out to sea, and said he felt “very lucky” to have seen it.
Experts according to the article said it was normal for the creatures to be seen in shallow waters at this time of year and assured bathers they were harmless – “here to breed not to feed”.
Shark species including also the shortfin mako, thresher and gulper can be seen throughout spring, from about March to May, during breeding and migration.
Here is the picture of the shark which was captured on camera: