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Thousands of Sharks Caught On Film
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Thousands of Sharks Caught On Film
Steve Irwin, a pilot with "Island Marine Services" based in Ft Pierce says that he was flying at 80 MPH about 100 yards off of Palm Beach when he spotted thousands of sharks migrating.


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Posted by nova on November 13, 2011
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