REPORT: Great white shark feared to be hunting the waters near resort
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A monster great white shark is feared to be prowling the British coastline after two dead dolphins were found washed up on a beach.
The half-eaten corpses were discovered at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk over the weekend, the latest in a number of mysterious attacks in recent years.
The article goes on to state the following:
The discovery has raised fears a man-eater could be lurking near beaches set to be packed with holidaymakers this summer.
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