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Forget swimming off South Florida's coast for a few days.
Tens of thousands of sharks are in the waters, some just a few feet from shore.
They're heading north in their annual migration, and their travel plans have temporarily closed beaches for a 50-mile stretch from Jupiter south to Boca Raton.
The most commonly spotted sharks are spinners and blacktips, but hammerheads, tigers, lemons and bull sharks also have been seen.
A shark is a shark.
Stay out of the water.
— Gay Nagle Myers