Ralph Collier

President, Shark Research Committee

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President of the Shark Research Committee and author of Shark Attacks of the Twentieth Century: From the Pacific Coast of North America

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A shark attack over the weekend at San Onofre beach has left a woman in critical condition.

Warmer oceans and more great white sharks along California's coast

A shark attack over the weekend at San Onofre beach has left a woman in critical condition.

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A shark attack over the weekend at San Onofre beach has left a woman in critical condition.

Warmer oceans and more great white sharks along California's coast

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A funeral mass was scheduled today for Lucas McKaine, who died last week after a shark attack while he was surfing off Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Great White Sharks Off the Coast of Southern California

A funeral mass was scheduled today for Lucas McKaine, who died last week after a shark attack while he was surfing off Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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