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    Great White spotted off Berkeley Township


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    Long Island last week... It will thin the herd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gfootr View Post
    Long Island last week... It will thin the herd!
    ........one way.......... or another.......

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    I had no idea there are sharks in the ocean?!? No seriously.. dam there already coming inshore. Every paddle out I think about it! since sunday was flat.. I wonder if there had been waves there would be a bunch of surfers out...hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarActually View Post
    I kill sharksSharki killer.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by GnarActually View Post
    12 foot great white. gnarley
    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local...123236563.html


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    You wish buddy

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    That's crazy you can hear them reporting it... pretty sketchy

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    News12 has footage of Humpbacks off LI.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by whosthat View Post
    News12 has footage of Humpbacks off LI.....
    That was just 2 fat NY tourists on their boogie boards.

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    Someone caught on the other day I think a few miles off of Bradley I believe.

    One a side note, from the article.
    The University of Florida-affiliated organization defines unprovoked attacks as incidents where the attack on a human occurs in a shark's national habitat.
    What nation does a shark belong to? And also, since the word natural was meant, when does a shark ever attack out of its natural habit (the ocean), and also be unprovoked?

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