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The Washington Post
2 months ago
If wildfires, mudslides and drought were not concerning enough, the geographic range of young great whites has expanded north along the California coast by hundreds of miles
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@sassybibrarian
Marian (The Librarian)
2 months ago
@washingtonpost Murder hornets was so 2020 so time for sharks.
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@SnowflakeKA
KAsnowflake#IAMVAXXED
2 months ago
@washingtonpost I’m glad we don’t have sharks in Colorado.
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@CheapCulture
CheapCulture
2 months ago
@washingtonpost Great white sharks are in NO WAY comparable to the negative impacts of wildfires, mudslides, and drought. Way to drum up ignorant sentiments for clicks.
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@6toe2
6toe
2 months ago
@washingtonpost The media’s go-to scare story!
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@RealEstateJoeDe
Joseph A. DeSimone
2 months ago
@washingtonpost And so are the alligators 🐊 heading up to the Chesapeake bay! Crazy!
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@financejonE
Pop
2 months ago
@washingtonpost Why I’m not in the water here despite living 15 minutes from some of the greatest beaches in CA. Don’t like sharks.
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@Colordemelo
Andy
2 months ago
@washingtonpost Totally Harmless
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@maddy_el
Dr. Madeleine M. Laming 🎀
2 months ago
@washingtonpost Excellent news! Numbers were worryingly low not long ago.
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