A resident of the British county of Kent found in his garden a real shark.
As James Hill said, he cooked coffee in the kitchen when his surprised father told him that there was a cat shark in the backyard of the house. In their opinion, predatory fish could be in the garden because of a seagull or cormorant. The bird probably could not keep its prey and dropped it.
The man also noted that the shark, whose length was about 60 centimeters, at the time of detection was already dead.
Cat sharks do not pose a threat to humans and live mainly in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as in the Mediterranean, Marmara and Black Seas.