Sharks Are Invading US Beaches – Man Is the New Food

Fukushima’s the gift that keeps on giving. The ecological disaster is beyond monumental. Entire species of marine life are disappearing. Food supplies are becoming scarce for some species. Sharks are not an exception. Why are they venturing so close to shore in the middle of human activities? Some think that

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