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  • Jul. 5, 2022 4:35 p.m.

A great white shark known as “Jamison” is shown in a handout photo. A new study of the distribution of the endangered great white shark in Canadian waters says an underwater detection network suggests the population remains stable but is not growing. That runs counter to worries the ocean’s greatest predators are increasingly prowling the region - perceptions fuelled by a suspected attack last August on a woman in the waters off Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island and cellphone videos the same month depicting a shark chewing a seal carcass. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Massachusetts Shark Research Program, Atlantic White Shark Conservancy

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