Most of these attacks were previously thought to be great whites.
Too bad (and good) they don't have the great whites in there anymore.
They were in the water with two great whites, the same kind of shark that's here now.
It might be argued that because of this nearly all attacks by great whites do not continue after the first bite.
But those great whites can get 10 yards long.
Little is known about the migratory habits of great whites.
When grizzlies or great whites do their thing it should come as no surprise.
The fact is, 1986 was a bad year for great whites on Long Island.
After both attacks, the local population of about 100 great whites vanished.
Most of these attacks were previously attributed to great whites.