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Tagging A 2,000 Pound Great White Shark
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Tagging A 2,000 Pound Great White Shark
A great white shark, named Lydia, measuring 14'6" and weighing 2000 lbs was tagged and released near the popular surfing spot called Mayport Poles, Jacksonville, Florida.


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Posted by Tibor on March 17, 2013
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