Juvenile Great White Sharks Wash Up On South Fork Beaches - 27 East

Juvenile Great White Sharks Wash Up On South Fork Beaches

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A juvenile great white shark washed ashore in Quogue on Wednesday. COURTESY QUOGUE VILLAGE POLICE

A juvenile great white shark washed ashore in Quogue on Wednesday. COURTESY QUOGUE VILLAGE POLICE

A great white shark washed ashore in Quogue.  COURTESY QUOGUE VILLAGE POLICE

A great white shark washed ashore in Quogue. COURTESY QUOGUE VILLAGE POLICE

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21.  KATRINA WINDSOR

A great white sharks discovered on the Dune Road between Hampton Bays and East Quogue on Thursday, July 21. KATRINA WINDSOR

Brendan J. O’Reilly on Jul 20, 2022
Two deceased juvenile great white sharks were discovered on South Fork beaches last week. Quogue Village Police said a Dune Road resident reported that a dead shark washed up on... more

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