Divers were shocked to find a shiver of sharks butchered in Singaporean waters.
Marine life conservation group Marine Stewards yesterday reported that divers spotted at least eight Blacktip sharks with puncture wounds at North jetty in Pulau Hantu.
“We are saddened today with diver reports on dead juvenile blacktip sharks seen at Pulau Hantu,” the group said.
Divers said they found them around the same area 11 meters underwater, and all had puncture wounds near their gills and ripped mouths.
They theorized that the sharks were caught in a net and “spiked to death” with a hook before being dumped back into the water.
Pulau Hantu is an island south of Singapore, popular for snorkeling and scuba diving.
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