100 leopard sharks have been found dead off the coast of California

Dozens of leopard sharks have been found dead off the coast of California in April. An autopsy shows that the sharks died of massive internal bleeding, blood oozing out of the skin, even sharks.

Autopsies conducted the California Department of Fish and Game, uncovered "inflammation, bleeding and damage to the brain, bruises on the skin." Bleeding was also detected in the reproductive organs of female leopard sharks.

The results obtained indicate that 50 sharks found dead in April 2011, died very muchitilnoy death. The death of leopard sharks, continues in May this year, the local people are on the beach, half-dead shark is thrown out on the shelf and land.

Catherine Greer, a resident of the coastal town, said that she and her son tried to save one of the sharks, returning it to the water, but — "We dragged her into the water, but she kept coming back and is thrown back to shore. Had the impression that she consciously wants to commit suicide "

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