Friday, September 30, 2022

Shark in 1935 Vomited a Tattooed Human Arm in Australia | Did You Know?

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A tiger shark was caught 2 miles from Coogee Beach and transferred to the Coogee Aquarium Baths, where it was put on public display. Within a week, it became ill and vomited in front of a small crowd, leaving the left hand and forearm of a man bearing a distinctive tattoo floating in the pool. Before it was captured, the tiger shark had devoured a smaller shark. It was this smaller shark that had originally swallowed the human arm. Known as the The Shark Arm case a series of incidents that began in Sydney, Australia, on 25 April 1935 when a human arm was regurgitated by a captive 3.5-metre tiger shark, subsequently leading to a murder investigation and trial.
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