Dead sharks found in Redwood Shores were suffering from internal bleeding, necropsy shows

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Officials have completed a necropsy on one of the dozens of leopard sharks found dead in Redwood Shores last month but aren't any closer to pinpointing the cause of the sudden die-off. The necropsy performed by a California Department of Fish and Game pathologist found "inflammation, bleeding, and lesions in the brain, and hemorrhaging from the ...

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Since: Feb 08

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#1 May 12, 2011
Gotta be "Global Warming"!

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