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California / Shark Attack / A Discussion #891207

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 25, 2008
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(Studio: John King) Report introduced.

(Solana Beach, California: Ted Rowlands) A great white shark attack off the beach near San Diego, California, that killed triathlete Dave Martin featured; scenes shown from Solana Beach. [University of California Scripps Inst. marine biologist Richard ROSENBLATT††- describes what happened when this kind of shark attacks.]

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with attack witness Ira Opper and Scripps Inst. marine biologist Jeffrey GRAHAM about the shark attack. [Voice of OPPER - describes what happened; says he rarely has seen sharks in the California waters.] [GRAHAM - explains how rare this event is for southern California; states it is likely a case of mistaken identity by the shark; outlines the great white's method of attack.]

King, John;
Rowlands, Ted

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