Researchers concerned as great white shark population shrinks in South Africa

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Great white sharks have been a big draw to South African nature lovers for decades, but now their numbers are in steep decline. Sightings of the deadly predator on the country's Western Cape have been dropping rapidly for the past five years. Debora Patta went to sea with a group of researchers who are urgently trying to figure out why the ocean is so quiet.

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