Young Shark in Sydney – level 1

15-09-2017 07:00

A shark washes up on a beach in Sydney, Australia. It is a young Great White Shark. People save it. They move it to a seawater swimming pool.

People must not swim in the pool when the shark is there. However, many people come to have a look at the shark.

The shark stays in the pool for a week. People study it. They want to know why it washed up shore. The shark could be injured or have an infection.

Difficult words: wash up (get on land and not be able to move back into the sea), washed up (‘wash up’ in the past), could (can).

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