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March 7th, 2013
04:52 PM ET

Sharks at Spring Break!

The annual shark migration has many Florida beaches closed. Thousands of Blacktip and Spinner Sharks are swimming south and while they may not be the most aggressive, they have beachgoers on alert. Brooke Baldwin and CNN's George Howell talk to Georgia Aquarium's Alistair Dove about the annual migration.

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  1. ericka*

    What cities?

    March 7, 2013 at 7:28 pm |
  2. BobbiP

    Where is the story online, about Nova Southeastern professor swabbing the mouths of sharks near West Palm Beach, that was on a CNN serius broadcast earlier this week?

    March 14, 2013 at 9:38 am |
  3. Catelyn

    Erika (a few comments before this one), it's all across the coasts, meaning anywhere there is a beach to the east coast, since the sharks are migrating from NC to FL, then back up later when it warms up. It isn't covering just particular cities.................

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