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Shark falls from the sky on to golf course
4 miles from the sea
A live shark mysteriously fell from the sky over a golf course located four miles from the sea. Golfers at the San Juan Hills Golf Club in California were left perplexed when a leopard shark plummeted from the heavens and landed somewhere around the 12th tee. Still alive despite its ordeal, the creature was taken to the clubhouse where onlookers keen to help decided to put it in some water with table salt added to simulate the ocean.
Fortunately there was a happy ending to the story as a short time later the shark was driven back to the ocean and released, seemingly no worse for wear. It is believed that it had probably ended up on the golf course after being caught by a seabird and then dropped by accident while it was flying back inland.
It was eventually driven back to its natural home, the Pacific Ocean where it reportedly swam away.
Image & text via ITV News
Naples High Teacher Injured by Fish Falling from the Sky, Prompting Cop's 'Fishy Incident' Report
The suspect was later identified as Scomberomorus maculatus, (Atlantic Spanish Mackerel) A.K.A “Mack.” He was found lying on the ground possibly attempting to conceal himself out in the open. I took control of the suspect without incident and escorted him to the clinic where he was positively identified by the victim.According to the Collier County Sheriff's Facebook page, where Brown shared his heroic capture, the teacher escaped with a slight headache after being "cleaned up" following the attack.
We are grateful here it was not a flying cow, as injuries would be more severe and the teacher might have screamed “Holy cow, what was that?” We will still be on the lookout for “when pigs fly,” though.