mooserider2 t1_j36mmar wrote

ChatGPT to the rescue:

> “Are flying spider sharks eating babies in Florida?!”

> There have been rumors circulating on social media recently about flying spider sharks eating babies in Florida. While this may sound like the stuff of nightmares, some people are claiming that they have seen these terrifying creatures with their own eyes. But is there any truth to these claims, or is it all just an elaborate hoax?

> To begin with, let's address the most obvious issue with this rumor: there is no such thing as a flying spider shark. Sharks are fish, and they do not have the ability to fly. They also do not have the ability to walk on land, let alone on spiders' legs. So right off the bat, we can already say with certainty that this rumor is completely absurd.

> Despite this, some people are still claiming to have seen these flying spider sharks in action. However, upon closer examination, it becomes clear that these claims are likely to be either misidentified animals or simply made up. Sharks are generally not interested in humans as prey and typically only attack when they feel threatened or if they mistake a person for a seal or other type of prey. It is highly unlikely that any kind of shark, flying or otherwise, would actively seek out and attack babies.

> In conclusion, it is completely impossible for flying spider sharks to be eating babies in Florida or anywhere else. This is nothing more than a baseless and nonsensical fear-mongering tactic with no basis in reality. So don't worry, your babies are safe from flying spider sharks.