Among the wild critters patrolling the murky floodwaters in Queensland, Australia, according to a man who has been camped on his rooftop, is a large shark known for its ability to survive in brackish water and for posing a danger to humans.
"It was a bull shark and it was spotted in a local suburban street," Rob Minshull told BBC News. "We do have sharks in the Brisbane River; they have obviously come over the flood barriers and come looking for food."
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