Apple expands Animoji roster with giraffes, warthogs, owls, and sharks – The Verge

  1. Apple expands Animoji roster with giraffes, warthogs, owls, and sharks  The Verge
  2. Everything New in iOS 12.2 Beta 2: Animoji!  AppleInsider
  3. Apple releasing iOS 12.2 and watchOS 5.2 developer beta 2 later today [U: Now available]  9to5Mac
  4. Apple just endorsed AT&T’s fake 5G E network  The Verge
  5. Apple Begins Selling Refurbished iPhone X Models Starting at $769  MacRumors
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Alex Ovechkin scores 23rd career hat trick against Sharks – Russian Machine Never Breaks

  1. Alex Ovechkin scores 23rd career hat trick against Sharks  Russian Machine Never Breaks
  2. Sharks Buzzer Beater Helps Net Them A Crazy Win Against The Capitals  Deadspin
  3. Washington Capitals vs. San Jose Sharks – 1/22/19 NHL Pick, Odds, and Prediction  Sports Chat Place
  4. San Jose Sharks at Washington Capitals: Lines, gamethread, and where to watch  Fear the Fin
  5. Capitals vs. Sharks How to Watch  NBCSports.com
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Four sharks killed after attack on swimmers near Great Barrier Reef

Four sharks killed after attack on swimmers near Great Barrier ReefFour large sharks have been killed in Australia after a woman and a 12-year-old girl were attacked at a popular Great Barrier Reef tourist spot. Both were still in hospital Sunday after being mauled in separate incidents just a day apart last week at the Whitsunday Islands. Drum lines, which use baited hooks to catch the predators, ensnared four tiger sharks, one 3.7 metres (12 feet) long and the others each between two to three metres, a Fisheries Queensland spokesman said Sunday. “While sharks of this size are potentially very dangerous to humans, it is unclear if they were responsible for injuries caused to two swimmers,” he said. The latest shark to be caught “has been humanely euthanised and will be taken further out to sea for disposal.” The spokesman said it was clear “there are a significant number of active sharks in local waters and people are urged not to swim”. The drumlines were to remain in place over the next week. Shark attacks are very rare in the Whitsundays – a collection of spectacular tropical islands at the heart of the Barrier Reef – with the last encounter reported to be eight years ago, according to national broadcaster ABC. The attacks have revived debate about how best to reduce the risk of encounters between sharks and the growing number of people using the ocean for leisure.


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Red Tide sparks state of emergency in Florida as turtles, porpoises, and sharks wash ashore dead

Red Tide sparks state of emergency in Florida as turtles, porpoises, and sharks wash ashore deadFor many communities in seven counties along Florida’s gulf coast, daily reports of “Dead Fish: Heavy” have become commonplace as toxic algae has bloomed, killing sea life, scaring tourists, and making breathing difficult for locals. The bloom, known as a red tide, have forced Florida Governor Rick Scott to promise $1.5 million in emergency funding and declare a state of emergency in seven counties from Tampa Bay to the fringe of the Everglades. The algae bloom has led to grotesque scenes along the beaches in the red tide’s path: Popular beaches have been scattered with dead fish, porpoises, eels, turtles, manatees, and even a 26-foot whale shark.


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Where baby white sharks 'hang out' in the North Atlantic

A team of scientists is the first to confirm the movement patterns and seasonal migrations of baby white sharks in the north Atlantic Ocean. They put the New York Bight shark nursery theory to test by deploying satellite and acoustic tags on 10 baby white sharks (less than 1 year old) off Long Island’s coast. Results provide novel insights into the distribution of this vulnerable early stage of life that complements recent work on larger white sharks.
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Aaron Rodgers reveals terrifying experience swimming with sharks

  1. Aaron Rodgers reveals terrifying experience swimming with sharks  Fox News
  2. Warm weather could bring 10 different types of sharks to UK by 2050, experts warn  Evening Standard
  3. New shark species could be swimming towards Ireland as seas warm  Independent.ie
  4. When Does ‘Shark Week’ Start in 2018? Complete TV Schedule of Discovery Channel Programs  Newsweek
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