Great white shark detected in Long Island for the first time ever

Great white shark detected in Long Island for the first time ever

A nearly 10-foot long great white shark was detected in Long Island Sound on Monday morning. The shark, dubbed Cabot, was spotted off the coast of Greenwich, Connecticut. Great whites have a predictable migratory pattern and can move 100 to 150 miles per day.

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Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

I haven't read any sources yet, but I bet at least one connects this to climate change and uses it for alarmist propaganda...

Little Scar
Little Scar 1 year

I'm still looking for that hammerhead that took half my red snapper last season.

Ronnie and mags
Ronnie and mags 1 year

well yeah, the oceans at the equator are boiling, and the ice caps have almost completely melted. The shark went to new York to be saved by the righteous democrats.

drakethesnake
drakethesnake 1 year

It's not from climate change it sharks wanting to get in on this amazing economy under Trump REEEEEEEEEEEE

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