Still Waters Posted 23 hours ago #1 Share Posted 23 hours ago (IP: Staff) · An 'extremely rare' 6ft shark has washed up on the beach at Lepe in Hampshire, following several sightings in the Solent. The animal, identified by marine biologists as a smalltooth sand tiger shark, was first spotted in distress in the Solent on Friday afternoon. Mum-of-two Alisha Openshaw from Beaulieu reported wading into the sea to help push the shark into deeper water after finding it struggling. But sadly, the body of the shark was found on Lepe beach the following morning https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2023-03-19/extremely-rare-6ft-shark-washes-up-on-beach-close-to-thor-the-walrus-sighting Conservationists' fury as 'extremely rare' shark's head butchered and stolen from Lepe beach https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2023-03-19/fury-as-extremely-rare-sharks-head-butchered-and-stolen-from-beach 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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