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10-Foot Hammerhead Shark Washes Onshore

A 10-foot long hammerhead shark washed on Paradise Beach in Brevard County, twice.

The female shark first washed up on the beach overnight. A fisherman saw it was still alive, so he pushed back into the water.

The shark, though, washed onshore again late Monday morning and died.

Fish and Wildlife officials said a beached shark in the Paradise Beach area is highly unusual.

"We don't many shark calls. This is maybe the second one we've gotten in a year. But this is the biggest one I've seen so far," said Thomas Samarco, Florida Fish and Wildlife.

Officials will perform a necropsy to find out how the shark died.

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