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Dozens of Dead sharks were suffering from internal bleeding
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Bonnie Eslinger Daily News Staff Writer Posted: 05/12/2011 12:17:37 AM PDT Updated: 05/12/2011 06:48:52 AM PDT Officials have completed a necropsy on one of the dozens of leopard sharks found dead in Redwood Shores last month but aren't any closer to pinpointing the cause of the sudden die-off. The necropsy performed by a California Department of Fish and Game pathologist found "inflammation, bleeding, and lesions in the brain, and hemorrhaging from the skin near vents." Bleeding was also detected around the female shark's internal organs.

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