Juvenile great white shark washed up in Long Island Beach

It is unclear how it got there, but a juvenile great white shark washed up on Quogue beach in Long Island. The shark was taken back out to sea, but unfortunately it died. It was stated that these sharks are common to the area, especially around this time. The news tells people that they have no need to fear these as they eat small fish, squid and bottom feeders. Apparently, they have no interest in humans and will not engage even if encountered. Call me crazy, but I’m not going to be the one who tests or disproves that theory. Whether or not a shark is into humans, it can’t get you if you aren’t in its turf. Just saying.

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