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The Week contest: Killer whale

This week's question: Paleontologists have uncovered the 43-million-year-old remains of a ferocious and previously unknown species of whale they're calling "the god of death.'' It had four legs, razor sharp teeth, and could chase prey on both land and sea. If Hollywood were to make a movie about this creature terrorizing a summer resort area, what title should it give the film?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Plot twist

THE WINNER: "Flee Willy"

John Parry, Eldersburg, Maryland

SECOND PLACE: "Moby Quick"

Ken Kellam III, Dallas

THIRD PLACE: "Jaws — With Claws"

Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

HONORABLE MENTIONS: 

"Wail"

Elliott Nowak, Bellingham, Washington

"Good Whale Hunting"

Gary Evenson, Mcfarland, Wisconsin

"Fear Willy"

Bruce Carlson, Alexandria, Virginia

"Jaws With Paws"

Doug Johnston, Eerie, Pennsylvania

"Killing Spree Willy"

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

"Natural Born Kriller"

Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont

"Jaws Comes Ashore"

Walter Lewis, Reno, Nevada

"Don't Free Willy!"

Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California

"Surf and Turf Nightmare"

Dave Moore, Sandy, Utah

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