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Thread: What I found it the woods. You're not going to believe this

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    "what I found in the woods you're not going to believe this."
    oh I believe it you took pics lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlantAKiss View Post
    Why in the world would someone catch a shark and then dump it like that? Its not illegal to catch them is it?

    And that's not a pirahna is it? I see the teeth but I though pirahna were rounder, flatter fish.

    If someone is going to catch stuff like that, they should at least EAT it.
    I think it demonstrates the attitude of "Its just a fish"..."I don't care".....in humans. What a sorry state of affairs nature has to face!!! tsk....tsk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    I think it demonstrates the attitude of "Its just a fish"..."I don't care".....in humans. What a sorry state of affairs nature has to face!!! tsk....tsk!
    Like I said we don't really know what happened. Perhaps they were diseased. We don't know how they died. It doesn't make sense to simply dump those healthy exotic animals there.

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    No its not illegal to catch shark (provided you have a fishing license). Plus...the only part of them you can really eat is the fins. Cartilaginous fishes are pretty low on the evolutionary scale. I mean it sucks they wasted the good part of it, but like alien said, maybe it was already floating by the shore. Sharks die naturally ya know . Ergo, I really don't feel that bad....at all. However if someone did this frequently or with a lot of shark (like....3+) then I'd probably feel bad.
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    Sharks have a lot of good meat, not only the fins. It's not illegal to catch sharks, but it should be illegal to catch one just tho throw away. To kill any animal for fun or ignorance should be illegal.

    If it was found floating by the shore, I doubt somebody would have taken the trouble to transport it to the place that they did.

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    Havent the southern states had Storm warnings?

    Cant twisters from the ocean (funnels?) suck up fish, and throw them onto land? I remember hearing about hits from some where.

    Could it be said about those ocean life you have found.

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    I doubt a twister would tie a rope to a sharks tail then throw it 2 miles from the ocean.

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    Boulders up to 2 m in size were transported horizontally at elevations of 5–15 m above sea level, and larger boulders were destabilised at 25 m above sea level causing them to slide and roll downslope.
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...c5ab5b9a457884

    In Montreal, a waterspout once rained lizards on the city. They have also showered tadpoles on New York and toads on France. A waterspout which struck Providence, Rhode Island, rained fish down on the populus who promptly gathered and sold them, a heaven-sent windfall for sure!
    http://www.islandnet.com/~see/weathe...2/alm02oct.htm

    I'm sure your more than familiar with all of this stuff, but it MIGHT be able to happen you NEVER know what we haven't seen out at sea.

    I guess its just a mystery

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