Swinging for Bull Sharks

Bull sharks cut a threatening figure with the largest recorded bull shark reaching 11.5 feet and 500 pounds. They prey on dolphins, birds, turtles, bony fish, and other species of shark. Catching such a wide array of prey is possible because bull sharks can survive in both coastal freshwater and saltwater. However it was still a surprise for some golfers in Australia that these versatile sharks invaded the pond on their golf course during a flooding incident. The golfers are going to have to be careful where they swing!

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Submitted by Mandi (not verified) on

I think that person is crazy!!!! But I would like to let these people know that thanx for not only risking limbs but your life to help us get more info about these sharks!