Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Spring Break Shark Attack: NJ

This story about a Great White shark attack at the New Jersey shore makes an obvious error:
Great whites are not uncommon off New Jersey. Bob Schoelkopf, director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, said he believed great whites frequently come to Brigantine Bay to give birth in the spring.

Obviously the Great Whites are drawn to Brigantine not by an urge to spawn, but by the evil pull of that town's famous haunted castle.


Victor said...

Haha. You New Englanders certainly view more action than the south.

That Dude said...

Was Jersey moved to New England? I assume all the South Jersey Eagle fans wont be happy in Patriot country.