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    HORRIFYING images show a 9-foot sand tiger shark that washed up along the US coastline. The sighting of the beast with "intimidating teeth" comes after at least six shark attacks were reported in the same area in weeks. 2Shark sightings have increased as of late in areas of the northeastCredit: Atlantic White Shark Conservancy 2A fire island lifeguard was bit by a sharkCredit: ABC 7 NY A man said he found the shark around 7am on July 28 in Longport, New Jersey. He called police, who brought in a truck to remove the giant shark. "It was pretty easy to locate, considering it was huge," the unidentified man told the Philly Voice. "I just walked over and noticed that one side of the shark looked a bit more gruesome." Read More on SharksJawsome! These are the sharks to look out for if you're taking a dip in British watersON THE PROWL Horror moment 12ft sharks hunt in packs near NYC beaches before brutal attack One of the photos obtained by the Voice shows the shark had a large gash across...
    NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Two human feet that washed ashore months and miles apart in South Carolina belonged to the same person, officials said. Charleston County Coroner Bobbi Jo O’Neal said at a news conference Wednesday that her office determined that they belonged to Janet Robinson, a 57-year-old woman who went missing. Her cause of death is still under investigation. It has been determined that she was originally from Mississippi and was living near Charleston at the time of her disappearance. She was last seen in August 2020, news outlets reported. A right foot, still inside a black and green running shoe, washed up near Fort Sumter in October 2020. And in March, a left foot in the same type of sneaker was found on James Island. O’Neal said her office submitted DNA from the right foot to the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification, hoping to receive a profile that could be uploaded to the FBI’s national database. Still waiting for results at the end of June, the coroner’s office sent a sample to a...
    A minke whale carcass that washed on the shores of a private Plymouth, Massachusetts beach last month will now head to a landfill, wildlife officials said on Thursday. 'The level of decomposition of this carcass would likely result in the whale breaking apart as it’s being pulled off the beach, spreading the problem rather than solving it,' the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Northeast/Mid-Atlantic office wrote in an August 5 Facebook post. 'For this particular case, due to the condition and smell of the carcass, we have been coordinating with [Homeowners Association] on how to bring it to the Bourne landfill.  'As of Monday, the HOA was working on arranging the heavy equipment required to remove it.'  A minke whale carcass that washed on the shores of a Plymouth, Massachusetts beach last month will head to a landfill  NOAA said the whale was initially spotted bobbing up and down on July 17, approximately 1.4 miles off Manomet Point in Plymouth, Massachusetts NOAA said the whale was initially spotted bobbing up and down on July 17, approximately 1.4...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Experts with the Marine Mammal Center on Tuesday said they have yet to determine a cause of death for a gray whale that washed ashore at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach this weekend. Scientists from the Center as well as from the California Academy of Sciences investigated the mammal’s death with a necropsy Monday afternoon. According to a release issued by the Sausalito-based Center, the team took a variety of samples for testing “to hopefully shed light on this whale’s unique story.” READ MORE: Sunnyvale 13-Year-Old Awakens To Help Mother Fight Off Attacker; Suspect Jailed Gray Whale that washed up on Ocean Beach (credit: Katie D’Innocenzo © The Marine Mammal Center) “Gray whales are sentinels for ocean health so performing these investigations is essential to better understand how human activity and changing environmental trends are impacting this species,” said Director of Pathology at the Marine Mammal Center Dr. Pádraig Duignan. “While this whale’s death remains a bit of a mystery, the high number of dead gray whales in the San Francisco Bay Area reinforces the need...
    A jogger in New York City was shocked to discover dismembered remains that had washed up from New York Bay onto the Brooklyn shoreline, according to authorities.  The running New Yorker discovered the grisly scene along Belt Parkway in Bay Ridge on Monday at around 12.45pm, the New York Daily News reports. First responders retrieved the remains and brought them on shore. Authorities soon determined that the remains consisted of a man's torso that was missing its head, arms and one leg.  The running New Yorker discovered the grisly scene along Belt Parkway in Bay Ridge on Monday at around 12.45pm Officers with the New York Police Department's Harbor Unit tried searching for other body parts in the water but failed to locate any additional parts. Video from the scene shows several NYPD squad cars at the scene as officers try searching for additional remains.   Authorities say that the body had been in the water for quite some time and was already badly decomposed, according to sources.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next LA nursing home will...
    A fisherman working for £500-a-month has stumbled across what is possibly the world's biggest blob of Ambergris - worth £2.4 million. Ambergris - or whale vomit - is considered a sea treasure and floating gold because of an odourless alcohol that is extracted to make a perfume's scent last longer. Naris Suwannasang, 60, saw several pale rock-like pale lumps washed up on a beach when he was walking by the sea in Nakhon Si Thammarat, southern Thailand. He called his cousins to help him take the items home, where they started examining the unusual discovery.  To their astonishment, the large rocks appeared to resemble ambergris, a rare secretion from whales which is used as an expensive ingredient in perfume production - such as Chanel No5 - to make its scent last for longer. The family tested the surface by burning it with a lighter, causing it to melt instantly while giving off a musky smell, giving them further confirmation of their find. Ambergris: From a whale's intestines to the world' Ambergris - also often referred to as...
    The US Navy detonated a World War II-era bomb discovered on a beach in North Carolina. The 100-pound aerial bomb was still active, according to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit that detonated it on October 23 using a combination of explosives including C-4 - the explosion  sent smoke and debris 60 feet in the air when it went off. The vintage ordnance was discovered on Cape Hatteras National Seashore beach in Buxton by a resident who, at first glance, thought it was a log.  Officials cannot confirm if the bomb belonged to the US or German enemies, as the casing the large casing was completely rusted.  Scroll down for video  A 100-pound bomb from World War II was discovered on the beach in North Carolina's Outer Banks on October 23. German U-boats frequently targeted the area in 1942, earning it the nickname of 'Torpedo Alley' A three-person EOD team was dispatched from Norfolk, Virginia, to detonate the relic around 12:30pm using a combination of explosives. In video of the explosion, a dull thud can be heard and smoke and...
    A man came across what seems like a brain while collecting items and spending time on a Wisconsin beach. Police are working to confirm exactly where the brain-like-object, found Tuesday morning, could have come from, according to Fox6. The Racine Police Department claimed the object didn’t seem to be human, but are waiting for confirmation from the Racine County Medical Examiner’s Office, the outlet reported. Police are investigating the discovery of something resembling a brain, found wrapped in foil Tuesday morning at the beach at Samuel Myers Park in Racine. https://t.co/bZOtaLiZjq — Wisconsin State Journal (@WiStateJournal) September 16, 2020 Jimmy Senda was taking his morning walk along the beach when he discovered it. “Collecting sea glass and random stuff — because I like to do artwork at home with the stuff that I find,” Senda told Fox6. (RELATED: Famous Bollywood Actress Arrested In Narcotics Case After Boyfriend Found Dead) “I don’t really know how to explain it, it didn’t register…I was just like, ‘What is this?'” Senda said. “I came across this square package, wrapped in aluminum foil, and...
    President Donald Trump fired back at former White House National Security Advisor John Bolton in an interview Tuesday morning, telling Fox & Friends that Bolton should be “jailed” for repeating classified information in his book. On Twitter later, the president added that Bolton is a “washed up Creepster” who “should be in jail” and have profits from his book “seized” over his claims. Speaking to Fox Tuesday, “Trump described Bolton as a ‘stupid guy’ and a ‘guy with no heart,’ saying his interactions with the former top aide were limited prior to Bolton’s ouster in September 2019,” per Politico. “I fired him. And I didn’t think it was a big deal. And I wasn’t around him very much,” Trump said. “But what he did do is he took classified information, and he published it during a presidency. I believe that he’s a criminal, and I believe, frankly, he should go to jail for that.” Bolton’s book, “The Room Where It Happened,” hits store shelves on Tuesday, despite efforts by the Trump administration to block its release. “The book includes a...
    DONALD Trump has branded John Bolton a "washed up creepster" and "a lowlife" who disseminated highly confidential information for personal gain. The president lashed out at his former national security adviser on Twitter hours before Bolton's memoir hit bookshelves on Tuesday. 7 Donald Trump slammed John Bolton as a 'washed-up creepster' on Twitter Tuesday morningCredit: AFP or licensors 7 Trump's comments came hours before Bolton's tell-all book hit retail shelvesCredit: AP:Associated Press He asserted that Bolton should be jailed over his White House memoir, claiming the book contains classified government information. "Washed up Creepster John Bolton is a lowlife who should be in jail, money seized, for disseminating, for profit, highly Classified information," Trump said. "Remember what they did to the young submarine sailor, but did nothing to Crooked Hillary. I ended up pardoning him - it wasn't fair!" 7 In a Fox News interview with Brian Kilmeade that aired Tuesday morning, Trump described Bolton as a "stupid guy" and a "guy with no heart." The president claimed he rarely interacted with his former top aide before he was fired...
    President Trump marked the release of John Bolton's memoir Tuesday by calling him a “washed up Creepster” and saying his former national security adviser should be “in jail” for allegedly including classified material from his time at the White House in his book. “Washed up Creepster John Bolton is a lowlife who should be in jail, money seized, for disseminating, for profit, highly Classified information,” Trump tweeted early Tuesday. “Remember what they did to the young submarine sailor, but did nothing to Crooked Hillary. I ended up pardoning him - It wasn’t fair!” The president’s tweet comes as Bolton’s new memoir, “The Room Where It Happened,” is set to hit shelves Tuesday, after a legal battle between the White House and the former national security adviser. BOLTON CLAIMS TRUMP SAID REPORTERS 'SHOULD BE EXECUTED' REQUESTED DOJ SEEK JAIL TIME A federal judge on Saturday allowed Bolton’s memoir to be released, despite concerns it contains classified information, but tore into the former national security adviser for having “gambled” with national security. The Justice Department had sought an injunction and a temporary restraining order to...
    President Trump lashed out at former national security adviser John Bolton in an exclusive interview with "Hannity" Wednesday night, saying he "broke the law" by publishing a forthcoming book about his time in the administration. "He was a washed-up guy," Trump told host Sean Hannity of Bolton. "He couldn't get Senate-confirmed. So I gave him a non-Senate-confirmed position. I could just put him there, see how we worked. And I wasn't very enamored." TRUMP MAKES SURPRISING COMMENT ON KAEPERNICK CONTROVERSY Hannity had asked Trump to respond to a claim in Bolton's memoir, "The Room Where it Happened," that the president asked his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, for assistance with Trump's reelection campaign during the G-20 summit in June 2019. "He then, stunningly, turned the conversation to the coming US [sic] presidential election, alluding to China's economic capability to affect the ongoing campaigns, pleading with Xi to ensure he'd win," Bolton writes of Trump in the book. "He [Trump] stressed the importance of farmers, and increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome. "I would print Trump's exact words," Bolton continued,...
    CAIRO (AP) — The bodies of two African migrants and a 5-month-old boy who drowned in a shipwreck over the weekend were found on the coast of Libya, a U.N. official said Wednesday. Separately, the Libyan coast guard intercepted a ship with 130 Europe-bound migrants and returned them to Libya. Safa Msehli, a spokeswoman for the International Organization for Migration, said the three bodies washed up near the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya. They were among a dozen people who were missing and feared drowned after a boat carrying around three dozen migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea on Saturday. Zawiya is about 48 kilometers (30 miles) west of the capital, Tripoli. Two children were reported to be among the missing migrants. The 130 migrants intercepted Wednesday were mainly from Sudan, and included seven women and three children, Msehli said. Libya, which descended into chaos following the 2011 uprising that toppled and killed longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi, has emerged as a major transit point for African and Arab migrants fleeing war and poverty to Europe. Most migrants make...
    Philip Rivers may have ended his 16-year stint with the Chargers on a sour note, but he doesn’t think he’s washed up quite yet. “At times, I think what may have aggravated me a little bit last year was [the notion] that I just couldn’t play anymore,” the 38-year-old Colts quarterback said on Wednesday, via ESPN. “When you heard that, it bothered me, because I wanted to go, ‘Shoot, let’s turn on the tape and watch all the good things.’” Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich sifted through days of tape for “all the guys” available – including highly sought after free agent and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady – before signing Rivers to a one-year, $25 million deal in March. Reich described Brady as “incredible,” but called the chance to reunite with Rivers as a “crazy, unique opportunity.” Rivers overlapped with multiple members of the current Colts’ coaching staff as a member of the Chargers, including Reich, offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni and tight ends coach Jason Michaels. “I do know the scheme, but there’s always tweaks when you haven’t...
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