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Curious Great White Shark Swims Right up to Camera

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News video: Curious Great White Shark Swims Right up to Camera A curious great white shark swam up to a GoPro camera on July 12, as captured in this footage. Bonnie Brown, who works with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said she had spotted at least nine sharks while out on the water. She said the creatures were all peaceful, but intrigued by her GoPro camera, swimming up to get a closer look whenever she placed it in the water. Credit: Bonnie Brown via Storyful

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