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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 25: The teeth and jaw of a Great White Shark are displayed after research into the biological mechanics of the predator July 25, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) including Dan Huber from the the University of Tampa, Florida in the USA, plan to remove muscles from the head of several sharks in order to create a digital shark, to help determine it's bio mechanics and potential "bite force". (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

On Saturday in Key Largo, Florida a 15 year old boy was lobstering off his parent’s boat when, according to Local 10, his legs were bitten by an unknown underwater creature.

“It could have been a barracuda or a shark,” says Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) spokesperson Officer Bobby Dube. “I don’t know. It’s unconfirmed.”

The boy was bitten on his left calf and ankle and his right thigh. After being brought onshore he was airlifted to the hospital in Kendall where he is now in stable condition. Medical professionals also do not know what bit him.

The boy does not know what bit him because the water was murky. “The water was murky. Then it was bloody.”

What could it be? I have ideas:

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Like most people in this town, Joe Winner hails from the Midwest. Ohio. When not on the air, you’ll find Joe all over town supporting community events and various charities and handing out fun stuff to all the people. Joe’s on-air features include “Joe’s Meals On Wheels” serving up free lunch, and “Intermission” where the listeners have to name the correct movie of the day to win fantastic prizes.