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Shark Dies After Lifeguards and Beach-Goers Drag It From The Sea To Take Selfies

All for posterity.

It used to be humans who are supposed to be afraid of swimming in shark-infested waters. Now it seems that it’s turning the other way around. Sharks can actually become endangered from humans for the shallowest of reasons. In this case, it’s the human’s need to take selfies or pose for pictures whenever, wherever.

A blue shark suffered in the hands of a group of men in Punta Cana, some who are reportedly bodyguards who work for Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, which is just nearby.

The horrifying incident was captured on video, which showed the men dragging the poor creature from the water all the way to the sandy shore. You will clearly see the shark thrashing wildly and fighting for its life as the men pulled its body mercilessly.

Watch and see how the poor shark was treated:

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All because of posterity.

What made it worse is that some of the tourists on the beach allegedly posed for photos with the dying shark too.

The incident was reported to Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and the establishment’s spokesperson, Stacy Sorino, said that corrective measures will be taken against those involved.

“That is absolutely against our standards of protecting animals as we protect our guests,” said Sorino.


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If You See This Hook In Public Restrooms and Hotel Rooms, Leave Immediately And Call 911!

If you spot this hook in a public restroom or hotel, leave immediately and contact the authorities.

Coat hooks are everywhere in hotels or even in public restrooms. They serve their purpose well by letting you hang your things while you are doing your business.

This item might be the most common thing you can see, but the reason why they aren’t a red flag to most people is the very reason why criminals are using them for their schemes.

New intel suggests that a coat hook can be the most terrifying thing you can encounter. It’s horrible to know that criminals have upped their game and used these unassuming items as spy cameras. Such spy cameras disguised as coat hook can be purchased at Amazon for only $12....

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Scholars Discover ‘New Secret’ of Great Pyramid Of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza has an imperfection that gives us a clue of how it was built.

The Great Pyramid of Giza — which was built 4,500 years ago — is located at Al Haram in the Giza Governorate of Egypt. It is considered one of the world's most distinguished landmarks. People have marveled over the sheer majesty of its construction.

The 455 foot-tall pyramid — which is also called the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops — is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the area's pyramid complex. It has the distinction of being the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It's also the only one to remain largely intact.

It's the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

It's the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World....

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NASA Scientists Discover Earth’s Second Moon

Surprise! NASA scientists say the Earth has had a second, mini-moon for the past 100 years.

We've always thought that the Earth just had one moon. However, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists have revealed that the Earth has had a second, mini-moon for the past 100 years. The NASA team, however, only spotted it last April.

This second moon is actually a recently captured asteroid that the scientists are calling it "2016 HO3." As far as heavenly bodies go, it's relatively small. It measures 120 feet long and 300 feet wide. This explains why it took so long for scientists to discover its presence.

The "mini-moon" was discovered last April.


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