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Yeah -- back at home now on the steer this fish tale from the shore of Westport Massachusetts fishermen discovering the carcass.
Of a thirteen foot great white shark.
But so far one scientists that loss to explain who or what killed the giant fish and appointment has more from our New York bureau and a.
There rather -- Cape Cod beaches may be re open but the fears are still lingering this Labor Day holiday weekend.
That's after officials say it's not -- shark sightings but a slew of evidence that great white sharks.
Did indeed come close to the shoreline putting beach goers at risk Heather yesterday at thirteen foot great white shark carcass as mentioned washed ashore.
Near the Rhode Island state line in a fisherman found the 15100.
Pound animal Saturday morning -- -- area of the Westport -- -- -- biologist who examined the shark says it is unclear how the great white died today police are patrolling the waters for other sharks while local residents are less surprised by the discover it.
We're thinking it's probably -- basking shark at first because they do wash -- quite a bit.
But this it this is clearly a white shark fin -- in a -- as little -- a little bit off guard because we don't tend to -- like checks up on the beach.
Well at the end of July -- man was attacked by a great white shark while swimming with his son on -- in beach in the town of Toro on Cape Cod.
Another man came in close contact with a great white this summer as he paddled his kayak.
The shark was bigger than the kayak and although the client kept the man out of the water -- could have easily been flipped by such a large creature.
The last -- a great white shark injured a swimmer at Cape Cod beach was back in nineteen.
36 a long time -- sharks may be mistaking swimmers for seals in the water which is what great whites.
Feast on the seal population has reportedly grown immensely this summer still carcasses started washing up onshore earlier this summer after apparent shark attacks.
And experts say Heather if you do choose to swim anywhere else in the Atlantic stay away from the CEO of the good piece of advice there.
I think we do that regardless of that season -- -- -- thank you very much and and we appreciate and and.
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