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NY/NJ Baykeeper May 21
A nearly 10-foot-long great white shark has been spotted in the Long Island Sound just a few dozen miles from New York City. The , which weighs 500 lbs & is named Cabot, marks the first time that a great white has been tracked in Long Island Sound.
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Star Hill Ranch 4m
Our sister company therelicsource does some really fun stuff! We sourced this for a client that throws a really fun themed for its members every year. This year the theme is Pirates of the Caribbean.…
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scarlet monahan 12m
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Catherine Zanchetta 16h
sampling of a whale for conservation 🦈 Easier to work for the beauty industry
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Blue Ocean Action 🐋 10h
Great white warning at where was filmed - Sky News
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TheFinsUnitedInitiative May 22
Tiger , aptly named because of their tiger-like stripes on the sides of their body. Today they are making headlines because this might be a little lazy…
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Ronchi De Cuba 9h
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Lamont May 15
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Marshall May 20
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BoostNinja 4h
Do you know that can leap 20 feet in the air? For this, the shark must as fast as 22 miles per hour at the beginning!
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Monica Ricci May 21
Although it may be the first Great White Shark to ping in the Long Island Sound, it's not the only one swimming in there! Here's a look at some native species to the Sound⬇😅
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jonjomayo May 21
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OVR.OUT 11h
Some Thursday motivation from a legend himself, John Shrek McPhee
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Evan Karousis 17h
Shaili Johri tracking down illegal wild life trade using DNA sequencing
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TheFinsUnitedInitiative 18h
After Disappearing For 30 Years, A Certain Shark Is Back In California:
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Alex T May 16
Big, greedy Ethereum whales account for 33 percent of ’s supply -
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KPW 11h
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Neil Vigdor May 21
“You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” Not applicable in the case of this $25 million 117-foot megayacht spotted today off the coast of Greenwich and known as Arcadia
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Common Raven May 21
A 10-foot great white has been spotted deep in , one of the first of the ocean predators researchers have ever tracked in the area.
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Tim Dunning 9h
I don't always wear socks to work but...who am I kidding? Yes, I do! #slatesummit
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