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Kameron Brown and his buddy Bobby are having the time of their lives fishing kelp paddies miles off the California coast. Suddenly, a giant underwater shadow nears—it's a Great white shark half the size of their boat! The adrenaline rush continues as the curious toothy fish gets tangled up in the fishing llne and dives!

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