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We all know there are plenty of things to be afraid of in the ocean: jellyfish, shark bites, barracuda attacks, and even drowning--but what about when the terror of the tides has a more paranormal leaning? What if it's not what's living in the depths you need to be afraid of, but what's lurking on the beach? With the haunting season upon us, the editors of Shark Magazine combed the Internet for some of the scariest legends from haunted beaches around the world. From ghost ships to phantom swimmers, these stories will make you glad it's too cold for a swim. 1. Dumas Beach, India Located in the Surat city of Gujarat, this beach has been the object of speculation, urban legends, and rumors for decades. There are four different beaches, but locals don't distinguish which has the most activity. The legends tell that these beaches have been used as…
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It's two months until Halloween, and I cannot wait any longer to start my scary movie marathons. I know, I know--sharks aren't technically a villain, but it's so much fun to watch them wreak havoc on unsuspecting swimmers! Like many people, my very first big screen shark was Jaws. I remember watching the film in absolute wonder, terror, and awe. I loved the smart scientist, a dedicated police officer, and the dumb kids who just wouldn't listen when they hollered for them to get out of the water. Even though I knew it was ridiculous, I also knew I was addicted. Since then, I've made it a point to see every single shark movie that comes out: the good, the bad, and the total chum-bait. Even though it isn't quite the haunting season yet, I'm counting down my favorite scary shark movies. Sadly, sharks have regularly gotten the short end…
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URGENT NEWS ADVISORY May 17, 2016 Contact: Steve Hindi, SHARK, 630-640-1889 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Stuart Chaifetz, SHARK, 856-428-2635 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. SAND ISLAND, WA – An international animal protection watchdog group has released a video exposing the cruelty, secrecy and misconduct of three Federal agencies in a tax funded slaughter of thousands of native birds off the Pacific Coast – and wasting taxpayer money trying to cover it up. Video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLsBpoUEHZE&feature=youtu.be "The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's Wildlife Services and the U.S. Coast Guard are working together to keep the public from witnessing what is happening to animals held in public trust, on public waters, with our money," said SHARK (Showing Animals Respect and Kindness) SHARK spent…
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Shark Facts

Like lions on land, sharks are at the top of the food chain in the underwater jungle, and their eating habits affect the populations of all sea life below them. Without large sharks, octopus populations would jump, which would then decrease the number of lobsters, since they are one of the octopus' favorite snacks.

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Best Beachy Binge Watching

Best Beachy Binge Watching

It's cold outside, and although beach season is just a couple more months away, the ocean lovers among us are starting to go a little stir-crazy. Why not bridge the gap between winter and spring by binge watching some beautiful, educational, ocean documentaries on Netflix? We rounded up a few...

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