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Seal death is blamed on a great white shark

Officials say case has trademarks of attack

Great white sharks are lone animals that travel 30 to 50 miles a day. They can go up to a couple of months between feedings. Great white sharks are lone animals that travel 30 to 50 miles a day. They can go up to a couple of months between feedings. (New England Aquarium/File)
By Martin Finucane
Globe Staff / August 10, 2007

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The animal that was spotted eating a seal last weekend off North Beach in Chatham was probably a great white shark, state officials said yesterday. (Full article: 438 words)

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