POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Many questions remain after a hammerhead shark washed ashore Wednesday morning in Pompano Beach.
Beachgoers stumbled upon the shark’s corpse in the area of 12th Avenue and 14th Street, News 6 partner WPLG reported.
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Heavy equipment was brought in to remove the shark, estimated to be about 11-feet long, from the sand as a crowd gathered to watch.
It’s unclear whether the shark died of natural causes or was killed.