They assumed they were bits of wood or stingray spikes from the outset.
About a year prior, Namibia was experiencing a mass close kick the bucket. Many marks of changing age bunches were kicking the bucket on the shore.
What they knew however was that it was starvation that was killing these unfortunate creatures.
They were frantically looking for food and one of those accessible for them to devour was the St. Joseph’s shark. Some of the time, the food nibbles back.
One salvage activity found two seals with spikes on the neck.