PONTE VEDRA (CBSMiami) – The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, along with law enforcement, is investigating a reported senior prank gone too far when a dead shark was found hanging in an outdoor hallway at a high school near Jacksonville.
The disturbing discovery was made Thursday morning at Ponte Vedra High School in St. Johns County.
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Working to learn more about a shark that was found hanging from a staircase at Ponte Vedra High School today. @MyFWC is investigating along with @SJSOPIO. I'll have more on @ActionNewsJax at 5. pic.twitter.com/HShv2W0A1L
— Robert Grant (@RobertANJax) May 5, 2022
According to CBS affiliate Action News Jax, the shark was removed shortly after it was found. The incident was reportedly a senior prank. The school mascot is a shark.READ MORE: Divers Mark 20th Anniversary Of Sinking Spiegel Grove Off Key Largo
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