Kayakers Survive Great White Shark Attack

A shark knocked the two women into water while they were kayaking off the coast of Massachusetts.
0:45 | 09/04/14

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Matthews and now we're to kayak has got the fight -- lives when what appears to have been a great white shark. To provide them when their boat the two young women were taking pictures of seals about a 150 yards off the coast -- Plymouth last night. One minute they were talking to each other the next. They were knocked into the water swimming. I looked back at her. And it came directly out of the water underneath the boat launch her back breaking flipped me over. Fortunately neither of them were injured and a shark swam away but experts say the bite mark on the -- belongs to a great white shark. They're known to hunt seals in those waters this time of year.

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