Authorities in Honolulu, Hawaii, are investigating the discovery Tuesday of 100 dead hammerhead shark pups on shore at Ke’ehi Lagoon. They suspect someone may have caught the baby sharks in a gill net and illegally dumped them.
Authorities in Honolulu, Hawaii, are investigating the discovery Tuesday of 100 dead hammerhead shark pups on shore at Ke’ehi Lagoon. They suspect someone may have caught the baby sharks in a gill net and illegally dumped them. Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources
Authorities in Honolulu, Hawaii, are investigating the discovery Tuesday of 100 dead hammerhead shark pups on shore at Ke’ehi Lagoon. They suspect someone may have caught the baby sharks in a gill net and illegally dumped them. Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources

‘Sick to my stomach.’ Someone dumped 100 dead baby hammerhead sharks at Hawaii lagoon

June 27, 2018 07:37 AM