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June 21, 2007


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Forget the sharks - watch out for the sand! --> http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/nation/4907062.html

And the sturgeon. Don't forget the sturgeon.

Yes, the sturgeon! A new horror swims beneath us, as giant sturgeon are attacking boaters. A woman lost a pinky and a tooth in one incident, and who knows when they'll strike next, as our caviar dreams turn to nightmares.

Join the sturgeon debate over at Bonnie's blog.

Hi Peconic - still away and just got to a computer! Where we are staying is a bit in the middle of nowhere and they dont have computers. Be back on the 29th so will be back into my blog serious time!!

i have a pretty good web tracker on my antigua blog and the most common google search for antigua that i get coming to my blog is "antigua shark attacks". People are obsessed!
Sturgeon are not as bad as the UVA and UVB. hahah. Check my blog post on sharks: http://antiguaisland.blogspot.com/2007_08_26_archive.html

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