Holy shark! If you're in the mood to take a nice dip in the ocean, perhaps you should stray far from the Jersey Shore. (We're looking at you, Snooki.) A few days ago, AngryFish.TV caught a shark feeding frenzy in Ocean County, N.J. According to Surf Fishing Videos, the sharks were aggressively feeding on menhaden, also known as mossbunker, a forage fish. Marine scientists identified the creatures as brown sharks, juvenile blacktip and sandbar tiger sharks. These sharks were going at it only 50 yards from the shoreline. They started out approximately a mile offshore, and moved into the surf zone within minutes. Watch this video of hungry sharks now, and maybe stay out of the Jersey waters.