They've been trying to get him out and yesterday there were a couple of news stations there. Here;s an article that tells more about the shark.
Wildlife workers are trying to catch a shark in Brevard County, however it's not in the ocean but in a park pond.
"It's not often you hear about a shark at a park. I mean, it sounds like a sci-fi movie," said Billy McDonald.According to trapper James Dean, he believes someone dumped the 4-foot bull shark into the pond at Gleason Park in Indian Harbour Beach."The shark doesn't belong in this type of water, and we truly believe that somebody did release it in here," said Dean.He said it's not fair to the shark because it can't get out unless someone catches it, and that is what he plans to do.On Monday, Dean attempted to catch the shark using chum and mullet but reeled in nine turtles."I've never dealt with something like this," Dean said. "It will be difficult and time consuming. We want to get it out of here."Dean said sharks can adapt from salt water to fresh water but it is unique for it to do that."It is not a public safety issue as long as the media is putting it out there and people keep their children, their dogs away from the water," Dean said. "This shark is not going to jump out of the water like an alligator does."Dean said he is not sure how long it will take to catch the animal, but once he does, he will drive it to the Indian River and release it.
Read more: http://www.wesh.com/news/shark-spotted-in-brevard-county-park-pond/26633192#ixzz35aTepVlh
If you go to the video, you can see MOM being interviewed.
If you don't want to watch the whole video, Dad did a video of it and clipped out her part.
I think I'll just snooze here in my sun puddle until they catch him...........