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July 20, 2010 12:19 PM

Sharks bite holes in shrimp nets annoying fishermen

Trawl for shrimp a couple hours, then patch the shark-chomped nets for a few more. Such is life lately for Craig Reaves, owner of C.J.'s Seafood Market in Beaufort, S.C. It's almost every day that sharks gnaw at his shrimp nets, he said, leaving the costly task of patching them for the next day.

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