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Seaside Aquarium Recovers Female Broadnose Sevengill Shark from Arcadia Beach, North of Cannon Beach

A broadnose sevengill shark (Notorynchus cepedianum) washed ashore yesterday Sunday June 26th at the south end of Arcadia Beach State Park, north of Cannon Beach. The 8.7-foot female shark had died prior to washing in but was still in remarkable shape. This morning June 27th the tide was low enough for us to recover the 120-pound shark, which will be frozen and used as both an educational tool and for ongoing research through Oregon State University.
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120 lb. shark washes up on Oregon beach

SEASIDE Ore. (KPTV) - It’s not something you see every day on the Oregon coast. A 120 pound shark washed up on the beach in Seaside on Sunday. The Seaside Aquarium posted a video of the shark on social media Monday. The aquarium’s post said the shark was a...
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Buoy Beer Has Opened a Pop-Up Pub in Astoria Following Its Building Collapse

Buoy Beer’s taps are flowing once again following its devastating building collapse along Astoria’s Riverwalk nearly two weeks ago. This past weekend, the brewery began serving customers at the Astoria Food Hub, a center for wholesale and direct-to-eater businesses situated in a historic 27,000-square-foot structure just a short walk from the original pub. The center is still undergoing renovations, but a number of businesses have already opened there.
ASTORIA, OR
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Shark carcass found on Oregon Coast recovered, frozen for use in research

SEASIDE, Ore. - The carcass of a broadnose sevengill shark washed ashore Sunday at the south end of Arcadia Beach State Park on the Oregon Coast. "The 8.7-foot, female shark had died prior to washing in but was still in remarkable shape," according to a report from the Seaside Aquarium Monday afternoon. "This morning the tide was low enough for us to recover the 120-pound shark, which will be frozen and used as both an educational tool and for ongoing research through Oregon State University."
SEASIDE, OR
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TILLAMOOK COUNTY DAILY WEATHER BRIEFING: Gordon’s Update 6/27/22

Yep, it was a hot weekend, but only a couple of records were set, one on Saturday, and one on Sunday, and both were in Astoria. Saturday, they hit 86 which beat their previous record of 84 set in 1896. On Sunday they reached 92 and that beat their former record of 85 set back in 2006. Temperatures in Tillamook County reached the lows 90s both days but good news for the County, the onshore flow returned overnight, pushing in the cooler marine layer that pushed the temperatures in Tillamook down into the upper 40s. The clouds will burn off this morning leaving another mostly sunny day with afternoon winds becoming southwesterly 8-12 gusting to 18, the high only up to around 72 today. The marine clouds return tonight, winds becoming southerly 5-10, lows near 52.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OR
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Shark washes ashore on Oregon Coast near Cannon Beach

CANNON BEACH, Ore. — An 120-pound dead shark that was nearly 9 feet long washed ashore on the Oregon Coast on Sunday, according to the Seaside Aquarium. The female broadnose sevengill shark was 8.7 feet long and 120 pounds when it washed up at the south end of the Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site, a few miles south of Cannon Beach.
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