Greenland Shark

November 22, 2013 by  

Greenland Shark, A Greenland shark has been dramatically saved by two fearless men just off Newfoundland’s northeast coast, after they found it washed up on the beach, choking on a large piece of moose hide, which was lodged in its mouth.

One of the men, Derrick Chaulk, has described the incident, explaining that he was driving by the harbor in Norris Arm North on Saturday when he noticed what he initially thought was a beached whale.

He went closer to investigate, and then realized that it was in fact a shark, approximately 2.5 meters long, weighing around 115 kg.

The shark was still alive, but had a huge chunk of moose hide stuck in its mouth.

Chaulk has said, “It [the moose] had the fur and all the liner on it — it was about two feet long, maybe.”

Another man, Jeremy Ball also quickly arrived on the scene, and together they started pulling at the moose hide in the shark’s mouth, trying to dislodge it.

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