The ocean sucking effect of Hurricanes are shockingly displayed by pictures of a beach before and after the raging effect of Hurricane Irma.

Hurricane Irma shocked the world by decimating the island nations of the Caribbean last week.Leaving behind some grim images.

Tropical force winds have already left more than 2.6 million homes without power, but those winds started blowing toward the center of the storm, and drawn the waters of beaches in both Florida and the Bahamas away from their shores.





Irma’s low pressure acts as a “sucking mechanism — it sucks the air into it, and when it’s really low, it can change the shape of the surface of the ocean.”



When a shoreline recedes enough to reveal the ocean floor, it’s often a sign that the water will rush back rapidly with destructive momentum. Understanding these forces of nature can save a life.

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