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The carcasses of 14 Blacktip reef sharks and other marine animals, including a possible Honeycomb stingray, was discovered in a fishing net on the shore of Pulau Semakau at low tide.
The bodies of the animals were discovered by nature enthusiasts who visited the southern island on May 23.
The discovery was detailed on a blog, "Project Driftnet".
14 Blacktip reef shark carcasses in total
According to the account, the fishing net was "approximately 300m long".
It was found at the south of Pulau Semakau, near the the Barramundi Asia Fish Farm.
Of the 14 Blacktip reef shark carcasses that were found, one of them was 1m long.
The rest were about 50cm, according to the post on the blog.