July10/ 2015

It was tragic enough that for-real human beings are being attacked by for-real sharks along the Carolina Coast.  During Shark Week on Animal Planet too – A Coincidence ??  Children and unwary surfer dudes have been falling prey to These Ultimate Predators in alarming numbers this summer along NC’s Crystal Coast.   Visit The Coast – Spend $$$ – Enjoy The “Sun & Sand” – BUT Stay Out of The Shark-infested Water …. sounds like a pretty good strategy unless we have a Shark-Nado and they come flying in. ….. BUT NOW IT”S GOTTEN SERIOUS!

A Freakin’ Shark KILLED FLIPPER off Kure Beach and real panic has hit the beaches.  NOT FLIPPER !!!!

The thought occurred to me as I ponder the ensuing panic…. “Sharks eat other fish / mammals / whatever they find in their habitat.  They (sharks) eat boatloads of tuna every day.   How come Dr Pabst and her “mobilizers” don’t care about Charlie The Tuna….. sorry Charlie!”

Friends Of Flipper, in conjunction with PETP (People for the Ethical Treatment of Plankton) are demanding that The Obama Administration DO SOMETHING.  Wal-Mart agrees to no longer sell shark’s teeth or sharkskin suits or anything “Great White”.   The San Jose NHL Hockey team has announced it is changing its name from “Sharks” to the San Jose Computer Nerds.   Oberlin College will offer a major in Vegan Shark Studies.   Loan Sharks have agreed to change their name to “Loan Weasels” showing their support for Flipper…… burp, snort.

I’m sure “And a shark shall kill Flipper” IS mentioned in Revelation as an End of Days sign.   Buy green bananas at your own risk…..


Dolphin bitten by shark washes ashore at Kure Beach

Posted: Jul 10, 2015 2:55 PM EDTUpdated: Jul 10, 2015 9:04 PM EDT

Jul 10, 2015 06:47 PM
(Source: Jalil64529)
SLIDESHOW: Dolphin washes ashore at Kure Beach

Officials say a dolphin washed ashore on Kure Beach after being injured during a possible shark attack. (Source: Audrey Schneider)

(Source: Audrey Schneider)
KURE BEACH, NC (WECT)A dolphin died after it was injured by a shark and washed ashore on Kure Beach Friday morning.

Dr. Ann Pabst, a professor at UNCW, said the adult male dolphin had a few superficial shark bites. Pabst said one bite to the tail of the dolphin looked rather deep.

According to eyewitness Kelley Gates, the incident occurred around 11:30 a.m., just south of the Kure Beach pier.

UNCW officials got the call a little after 1 p.m.

“We mobilized immediately when we heard it was alive,” Said Dr. Ann Pabst.

Pabst said everyone on the beach helped take care of the animal. Photos show the dolphin was covered with towels and water was brought to him before officials arrived.

The animal died and was transported to a lab at UNCW. A necropsy is set for Saturday.

A visitor to Kure Beach captured video Friday evening of what she said appeared to be a shark chasing a stingray in the same area where the dolphin washed ashore. You can see that video at this link.

Mobile users can view photos of the dolphin here.


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