A hungry shark begins feeding on unsuspecting lake goers in a small Texas town.
A bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) is a species of shark known for its ability to survive in both saltwater and freshwater environments. It's commonly found in coastal waters and estuaries, and it's known to venture far up rivers and into freshwater lakes. Bull sharks are aggressive predators and are responsible for a significant number of shark attacks on humans due to their proximity to popular swimming areas. They have a stout build, are gray in color, and can grow quite large, reaching lengths of around 7 to 11 feet (2 to 3.4 meters).