A shark got a massive cut after growing up trapped inside a plastic ring she’d gotten tangled in as a baby. The seven-foot long (224cm) porbeagle shark was spotted by marine scientist James Sulikowski off the coast of Maine during the first week of July. Sulikowski and his fellow researchers quickly removed the plastic from the shark, which is likely to grow as long as 11-feet (335cm) when she reaches maturity. This is how harmful human garbage can be to marine wildlife. Humans are bigger potential killers than sharks.