Dozens of dead sharks washed up on the beach in Australia
A resident of Queensland Australian lance Paine stumbled upon a terrible discovery last month, walking along the local beach.
Payne first came to natural “cemetery” in early November. He took a few photos published in Facebook, noting that all dead sharks belonged to the same species.
The bodies of the Aussie found no visible damage. He found it strange — if the shark wasn’t killed in a fight with other predators that could kill them?
Two weeks later, he returned to the beach and found the other dead. This time on “cemetery” was different shark species, including hammerhead.
According to Payne, the poor shark could have died due to lack of oxygen in the water near the beach is the company to mine coal.
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