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    Cape Cod and Great Whites...

    So, Cape Cod has been over run by a seal population the last 10 years and now the Great Whites are regular visitors to their beachs...
    Im wondering how soon there will be an actual toothy encounter... and how long it will be before the action starts heading down the coast line to ny/nj, or if that's not going to happen.
    Not saying that the sharks are not already in the area as they most likely are at least swimming past the area en route to their new england destination..

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    Bound to happen sooner or later........A kayak in Cali was mauled by a Pointer this weekend.....Threw the man right into the water . A small boat was close by and snatched him up.

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    I would say that the trickle down effect has already trickled....you just don't know it. Be safe and go for the gills.

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    Well this is what happens when people care more about "conservation" than people. Again, great white shark fishing should be increased(contrary to propoganda the gwshark is not endangered at all) and seal numbers need to be kept in check. They already tag them. Why not just fix the seals while their at it.

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    "I think you need a bigger boat!"
    http://http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_...d-paddled?lite

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    sharks rule!

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    So who are the true "Locals" here anyway?

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    kill all ocean life and start building underground houses for the massive increase in population then the only species to walk/swim the earth will be humans