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Dead, Toothless Sharks Found On Rural Road
Sharks Found Sunday On Side Of Spalding County Road
POSTED: 6:15 am EDT July 14, 2008
UPDATED: 10:32 am EDT July 14, 2008
GRIFFIN, Ga. -- State wildlife officials will try to learn Monday how a pile of dead sharks wound up on a rural Spalding County road.
Drivers spotted the six sharks Sunday afternoon on the side of Minter Road near Griffin. Wildlife officials said it appears the sharks died recently.
Griffin residents said they couldnâ€™t believe their eyes.
"I thought they looked like sharks, but I can't freaking believe it," said resident Kara Davel. "I think itâ€™s disgusting. People actually dump a lot of trash on this road."
Wildlife officials said hunting sharks is a crime in Georgia, and could bring the hunter as much as $100,000 in fines.
Officials said they noticed something unusual about the sharks. Each of the six sharks had all of their teeth removed. Whoever killed the sharks had to break the animalsâ€™ jaws to get the teeth.
"That is very strange, very strange. I canâ€™t even imagine how they would have ended up there,â€ said resident Terry Becker.
Officials will retrieve the sharks sometime Monday. Depending on what type of sharks they are, state officials could launch an investigation.
"The fact that they're wasting all that meat and they're not using them for anything, I don't know if that's legal," Davel said.
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