The number of shark sightings this summer is far from that fin-To- Just ask Ginger Zee.
She said the “Good Morning America” meteorologist experienced spinal tingles with 10 great white sharks in four hours while studying the species near the Chatham, Massachusetts coast.
The stunning footage, posted to Instagram by the famous weather woman on Thursday, shows the gigantic human-eaters lurking beneath the surface escorting biologists on a boat to tag sharks.
“Tagging of the Great White Sharks! We saw 10 in 4 hours. Amazing study,” Zee posted, along with wild footage from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy mission.
“It tells us where to go and so far we have over half a dozen discovered. Nothing has been flagged yet,” she wrote in an earlier post.
A shark can then be seen swimming next to the boat before the researcher places a satellite tracking tag on it.
Scared fans of Zee – who is also ABC’s chief meteorologist – urged her to be careful not to yell.
“Just watch your arms!” Announce one observer in the comments section.
Another added, “Earth is trying to tell humans [to] Stay out of the water.”
The terrifying footage comes after at least four great white sharks were spotted off the coast of New England during a three-day period earlier this month.
Officials and victims have warned of at least six shark attacks in waters near Long Island last month.