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Great Whites Near Shore More Often Than Believed

Animals  (tags: great white shark, close to shore, research, interesting )

- 3546 days ago -
For years, humans have thought of great white sharks wandering the sea at random, only occasionally venturing close to shore


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Wednesday November 4, 2009, 7:09 pm
it is undiscribable the damage that is going to take place because and already has soup shark finn soup,you have got to be f....king kidding ,over a bowl of soup they are going to disstroy the oceans ecosystem,by taking the shark its only a matter of time and everything will be gone,man is going to pay dearly for this one no question,i hope that all of you who eat this soup ,when its all said and done,wnen cancer sets in,then will you say it was worth it.

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Wednesday November 4, 2009, 11:28 pm
Well they say sharks don't get cancerand they use shark fins to treat cancer. I wonder if Blue Cross and Blue Shield cover Shark Fin treatments. They sure make a fortune with radiation and chemo. I think we should leave the ecosystem alone. We've messed enough with it. Yes sharks do come close to the shore. I was in Montauk Long Island in 1997 and standing on the beach my friend and I looked past the green part where it turns blue, and we saw the fin sticking out of the water going back and forth and circling. I always used to swim out furthe than that. It was cold though, so we weren't in the water. However, a diver in a suit walked into the water before the appearance of the shark. He was a few feet away from us and just went right in. We never saw him come out. But he must have been OK because he would have called for help or washed ashore or we would have seen or heard an attack. It was pretty close. They come into 3 feet of water and also lakes. The ecosystem is so messed up. Let the sharks alone.

mary f (200)
Thursday November 5, 2009, 12:24 pm
yhis is the year of the shark i hope they get protected
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