Beachgoers in Great Yarmouth, England, are afraid to take a dip in the waters off the British coast after half-eaten dolphins washed ashore over the weekend.
Locals fear a “monster” great white shark is to blame.
The first dolphin carcass was discovered early Saturday on Yarmouth’s Pleasure beach, according to The Sun. A day later, another mangled dolphin washed ashore.
“It’s pretty frightening – it can’t be a coincidence that something out there keeps attacking and eating seals, dolphins and porpoises,” resident Stephen McHugh, 24, told the British newspaper.
Based on the bite marks, residents believe it’s the work of a great white shark — but wildlife officials aren’t so sure.
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