Angler Pulls Shark Jawbone From Mississippi River

Angler Pulls Shark Jawbone From Mississippi River


THAT IS NOT A TOUCH SCREEN MODEL. A MINNESOTA MAN MADE QUITE THE CATCH WHILE FISHING ON THE RIVER. HE CAUGHT A SHARK JAW BONE OVER THE WEEKEND. HE MADE THE CATCH WHILE FISHING WITH HIS SON IN GRAND RAPIDS. A BIOLOGIST IDENTIFIED IT AS BEING FROM A SAND TIGER SHARK. TAKE A LOOK AT THAT THING. LOOK HOW BIG IT IS. THE MYSTERY IS HOW IT GOT THERE. SAND TIGER SHARKS ARE A SALT WATER ANIMAL. HE PLANS TO CLEAN UP THE JAW BONE AND HANG IT ON HIS WALL. IT WILL MAKE FOR A GREAT STORY. LIKE THE TIME I RAN INTO A FISH MONSTER. THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO BELIEVE. THE DNR DOESN’T WANT TO FREAK OUT MINNESOTANS TO REALIZE THAT OUR WATERS HAVE BEEN INFESTED BY THE NEWEST INVASIVE SPECIES. FISH MONSTERS.

local_offerevent_note October 22, 2019

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