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10 Strangest Things That Have Washed Up On The Jersey Shore
A boat made news when it ran ashore on an Atlantic City beach this week. But this isn't the first surprising thing to wash up on the Jersey Shore, and it's hardly the strangest. Here are ten weird things that have washed up on the Jersey Shore.
1. Dead Dolphins: Dolphins continue to wash ashore, sparking discussion about what's killing them off. Most recently, four dolphins turned up on the South Jersey shore.
2. Syringes: 36 syringes washed up on an Island Beach State Park beach this summer. And lots of other syringes have been found in the sand around here before.
3. Rockets: When a rocket warhead was found on an Atlantic City beach last summer, newscasters informed viewers that discovering rockets on the beach is relatively normal.
4. Seals: Five seals washed up on the shore in Atlantic City on the same day last spring.
5. Sharks: A dead hammerhead shark drifted ashore in Atlantic City last year.
7. Mystery Flesh: Chunks of flesh or organs from an unknown creature appeared on a New Jersey beach in 2009.
8. Whales: A whale that had been dead for a while washed up on the Ocean City beach in 2012.
9. Love Letters: A collection of World War II love letters floated onto a beach in Atlantic Highlands after Hurricane Sandy.
10. Tampon Applicators: Check out this 1981 newspaper clipping warning beachgoers in New Jersey about tampon applicators that washed up by the hundreds.