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Great White Shark Spotted Off Coast of Massachusetts

We had our own cool siting of marine life this morning off Barnegat Inlet, when a whale was spotted by the U.S. Coast Guard, but up north it’s the movie Jaws come to life.

According to nbcnews.com, a shark sighting caused authorities to order swimmers out of the water for about two hours at a Massachusetts beach Monday.

State police told NBC News that what looked like a 15-foot-long great white was spotted by a patrol helicopter near Duxbury just moments after a crew member said, “I wonder if we can find a shark off the coast during our patrol.”

The best part of the whole story?

An awesome tweet–see it here.

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