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July 21, 2008 - Is Marine Life Falling from the Sky?
“I know dolphins are supposed to be clever,
but there’s no way it got there (his garden) by itself and died.
It seemed to have two puncture wounds in its stomach, which looked
like it might have been speared.” - Mike Elliott, Portland, Dorset, U. K. resident
U. K.'s The Sun reports that Portland, Dorset, England, residents Mike Elliott
and his pal, Gary Harvey, live on a steep hill half a mile from the sea. But Friday morning,
July 18, 2008, Mike awoke to see a porpoise dead in his garden. The Sun stated,
“Police made house-to-house inquiries in the area, but decided no crime had been
committed. No one has been able to work out how it got there.” A local council
authority had the dolphin's body removed. Image © 2008 by The Sun.
“That is very strange, very strange. I can’t even imagine
how the sharks would have ended up there.”
- Terry Becker, Griffin, Georgia resident
Atlanta, Georgia's Channel 46, WGCL-TV (CBS) videotaped
a half dozen sharks found on Sunday, July 13, 2008, on the side
of Minter Road near Griffin, Georgia, in rural Spalding County.
WGCL-TV: “Wildlife officials said it appears the sharks died recently. 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 animals’ jaws to get the teeth. Depending on what type of sharks they are, Georgia state officials could launch an investigation.”