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Nov 14, 2012


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Andrew Fox

This is a rare and important finding for this species. 4.5 m is closer to 15 ft, which is actually a significant and important difference in size! This size is also at the smaller end of reported pregnant white sharks, and frustratingly it would be interesting to know if this was the measured fork length or the total length of the shark?

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