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This shark was recently pulled from the break at Teahupoo, the legendary surf spot in Tahiti. Two fisherman who were out trying to catch starfish (!) reeled in the already-dead shark, which weighed in at 1.3 tons.

The 2009 Billabong Pro Teahupoo is scheduled to take place from May 9-20

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Badger hit by a whale in Cabo. Tough day for the team. | Sport Fishing | Articles | Blogs

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