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Great White Sighting Won't Close Mass. Beaches

Predator no threat to public safety, officials say
By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 28, 2010 2:45 PM CDT
Great White Sighting Won't Close Mass. Beaches
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(Newser) Dun-dun, dun-dun: Massachusetts isn't about to let a measly 200-pound juvenile great white shark close its beaches. The beast was caught and released 20 miles offshore, and "we don’t believe it is a threat to public safety,'' a top environmental official tells the Boston Globe. "White sharks have been here, and they will continue to be here.'' The state's one safety precaution? Avoid swimming with pods of seals.
(Read more Massachusetts stories.)

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