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#7 - indecisivejew
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(08/23/2013) [-]
Turns out it was a very big Thresher Shark. The "horns" are really the fin bones.

www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/mysterious-sea-monster-discovered-in-spain-is-identified/
#69 to #7 - znigga
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(08/24/2013) [-]
since when do sharks have bones?
#10 to #7 - vincentlaw
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(08/23/2013) [-]
sharks have no bones though
#12 to #10 - indecisivejew
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(08/23/2013) [-]
Well then cartilage, I guess. I mean, the flesh hasn't completely decomposed yet, so I don't see why the cartilage would have.