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Over four decades after terrorizing beachgoers in “Jaws,” the blockbuster movie’s 25-foot shark model has been installed at Los Angeles’ long-awaited Oscars museum, it was announced Monday.

“Bruce the Shark,” rumored to have earned its nickname from director Steven Spielberg’s razor-sharp lawyer, now lurks 30-feet (nine-metres) above the third floor of the Academy Museum, which is set to open in April.

The fiberglass predator is the only remaining version created for the classic 1975 movie, but with Jaws measuring nearly five feet wide, was too large for the building’s elevators — and had to be levered in by crane through the window.