Great White Shark Populations Surging Off East Coast

American VoicesOpinion ISSUE 50•25 Jun 24, 2014

Nearly 40 years after the film Jaws spread fear of great white sharks that contributed to widespread hunting, scientists report that their populations are surging along the U.S. East Coast due in part to conservation efforts. What do you think?

  • “A few more years of rising ocean temperatures will take care of them.”

    Richard Omstead –
    Portable Furniture Salesman

  • “When Spielberg started out to make Jaws, I bet he had no idea his vision of wiping out an entire species would fail so miserably like this.”

    Elizabeth Clegg –
    Home Economics Teacher

  • “It's an exciting time to be a shark, that's for sure.”

    Bruce McDaniel –
    Cup Stacker

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