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DELRAY BEACH (CBSMiami) —  Early morning beachgoers got quite the sight Monday – a large, dead hammerhead shark on shore.

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By 10 a.m., crews had already removed the shark from the Delray Beach shore, according to CBS12.

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The 10-foot hammerhead shark had washed up on the shore sometime Monday morning by a lifeguard tower just North of Atlantic Avenue and State Road A1A (SR A1A).

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It remains unclear what happened to the shark that caused it to wash up.