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After five months on exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the great white shark captured off the Malibu coast last summer has been set free.

A young white shark on exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium for the past five months was tagged and returned to the wild shortly after sunrise today (Tuesday, February 5). It marks the third time in four years that the aquarium has exhibited a white shark and then returned it to the wild.
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Here are the shark pen and trawler anchored in the Cove last summer, and here's the shark being carried from the water at the Malibu Pier, on its way to being transported to the aquarium.

And here's the Fonz, jumping the shark right next to the Paradise Cove pier.
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