All 30 sharks captured on barrier reef and sent to France have died

The scalloped hammerheads were all taken over an eight-year period to the Nausicaá aquarium in the French port of Boulogne, near Calais.

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Thirty hammerhead sharks captured on the Great Barrier Reef and exported to a French aquarium over an eight-year period have all died in captivity and the Australian government says it knows nothing about it, reports The Guardian.