Many beachcombers are wondering if there isn’t a humungous Great White Shark lurking in the waters off the Oregon Coast. Its traveling range is said to be Astoria south. To be sure, marine mammals like seals and sea lions have been washing up on North Coast shores with large pieces of the carcass torn away by something with huge, razor-sharp teeth. So naturally Great Whites come to mind.
But the bite marks lead marine biologists to figure the one off the coast right now is an unusually huge version of a Great White.
But does that mean people should stay out of the water? Don’t come to the coast? No. Not at all.
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