Mystery as 6ft shark washes up on a Scottish beach with a huge wound on its side that may have been inflicted by a DOLPHIN

Mystery surrounds the death of a six-foot blue shark washed up on a Scottish beach with a huge wound on its gills.
The sharks are rare in Scottish waters and the discovery has prompted speculation the predator was killed by dolphins, a speedboat or discarded after being caught by fishermen.
The shark was discovered on the beach at Burghead on the Moray Firth, which is home to a large population of bottlenose dolphins.
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HOW DOLPHINS ATTACK SHARKS Dolphins are faster swimmers than sharks and can maneuver more quickly.
They live in the same regions of the ocean and often... read more

21 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail

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