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Megalops

Great White Sharks

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How come no Great White Shark reports from the North Shore. The Cape & Islands websites are loaded with reports of sightings of sharks and of BIG fins inshore. So, time to get out there and look for the birds, and...................................................................................................................................

June-21-white-shark.jpg

This one was filmed by a Fishery Services plane following up on a report of a dead whale SE of Block Island a while back. It's an excellent photo and the dead whale is in the upper left corner of the pix.

Some say the BIG Fin sightings were reported from boats tied up dockside in Hyannis, Nantucket and M. Vinyard who had seen a few too many of these fins...............

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How come no Great White Shark reports from the North Shore. The Cape & Islands websites are loaded with reports of sightings of sharks and of BIG fins inshore. So, time to get out there and look for the birds, and...................................................................................................................................

June-21-white-shark.jpg

This one was filmed by a Fishery Services plane following up on a report of a dead whale SE of Block Island a while back. It's an excellent photo and the dead whale is in the upper left corner of the pix.

Some say the BIG Fin sightings were reported from boats tied up dockside in Hyannis, Nantucket and M. Vinyard who had seen a few too many of these fins...............

landshark.jpg

Its too cold for them up this way. Occasionally you'll hear reports of one or two this way, but chances are they got knocked off course and ended up in our waters.

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