Here’s what the shark expert says about the last moments of Cameron Robbins. You are required to read the article for more details and information about the viral shark video. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates at the PKB News.
Cameron Robbins Shark Video
Cameron Robbins is an 18-year-old recent high school graduate from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who went overboard on the Blackbeard’s Revenge cruise ship in the Bahamas on May 24 while celebrating graduation with friends. Many witnesses alleged that Robbins jumped over the top due to a dare at about 11:30 p.m. Currently, shark expert Kevin McMurray, who manages a website known as TrackingSharks.com, has stepped forward to explain how Robbins died if the cause was indeed a shark. The video clip is currently circulating all over the social media platforms. Since the incident occurred, viral footage has circulated which showed Robbins going overboard and seemingly seeing the people yelling at the teen to grab the boy.
However, after many attempts people threw water, but he appears to swim away from the boy which resulted in some speculations brewing up to think he was swimming away from a shark. The expert analyzed the blurry footage of the teen in the water during the incident. As per the reports, McMurray reviewed the viral video clip and haunted video footage which shows Robbins disappearing into the dark water and a white blur that could be a shark. The expert said that initially, it looked like there is a shark. The shark expert noted that “it’s always a possibility” for shark attacks to occur in the ocean, specifically tiger sharks. Reportedly, the shark expert has offered an analysis of how the 18-year-old may have died.
The shark expert added that if Robbins died in a shark attack, it would make locating him or his remains nearly impossible. He explained that a single bite from a shark would have been enough exposure that Robbins could have died from that alone. Later, If he didn’t sink from a wound or injury, then he might have been consumed entirely but exposure would probably be what he think would have occurred and he may have died of that. The expert also noted a shark attack or bite would make it very unlikely to find Robbins. However, the readers of the article are still doubtful about some information surrounding the complete story, which included the theory that he died by a shark rather than getting dragged under by the current.