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 Posted: Mon Apr 23rd, 2012 03:30 pm
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I have seen A Large Great White Shark in the SOC. at least
one time per year for the Past 3 years, Probably this one.
to Bad..Never Close to shore.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 23rd, 2012 05:47 pm
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As far as age is concerned, based on the length (even guess-timated at 18'+), this would be a mature animal at least 15 years old. See Great White Shark on wikipedia for more info.

Agree with Steve-several reports over the years of large GWS in the Sea of Cortez. Only ones I've heard of that were close to a shore were near San Pedro Island in fall/winter.

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Does anyone know the origin of these photos?

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See post #4

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makes you wonder if its the same one that got posted here a few years back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EILDgOFieIs

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My best guess Yes, I think the GW. I have seen over the past 3 years, the Video, & the Shark from Kino are one in the same. to bad She's gone

Game on

Steve

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