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Are great white sharks sinking their teeth into Bering Sea seals?

Shishmaref, Alaska, United States

There’s only one historical record of a great white shark in the Bering Sea: fishermen caught one nearly 40 years ago. But scientists have reason to believe that in recent years there might be more of the predators around.

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A adult male spotted seal discovered with an amputated flipper in Shishmaref in 2012.
Photo courtesy of Alaska Sea Grant