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Bull shark caught at Dolls Point, Sydney: Botany Bay fishermen tag, release three-metre shark


Mammoth bull shark caught in the shallows of popular Sydney beach – just weeks after another was reeled in from the harbour

  • Three fisherman have caught a bull shark at a Sydney beach 
  • The three-metre shark took over an hour to reel into shore
  • Another bull shark was caught in Sydney Harbour weeks prior 
  • Bull sharks migrate into Sydney waters during warmer months 

Three young fishermen have caught a massive bull shark in the shallows of a popular Sydney beach as experts warn more sharks will migrate into the city’s waterways this summer.

The three-metre long shark was caught by the three fisherman just off Dolls Point, in Botany Bay in Sydney’s south, on Tuesday night.

After spending more than an hour reeling in the beast, the boys managed to tag…



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