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Identified as: A-119
Matched by: Pattern match
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Workflow state: approved
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Noticeable scarring: multiple scars from propeller/boat strike - possible broken spine - obvious kink in rear half of body
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The shark was slow moving, the tail didnt swing naturally as other sharks do. It had at least five scars on the tail behind the kink, equal distance appart. The top of the tail also had no point so the tip was missing. A customer also noted that the rhs pec fin had scratches.
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20 left-side spots added. 14 right-side spots added.
Pattern Matching ResultsGroth: Left-side scan results