Rosie the Shark: Complete Abandoned History | Wildlife Wonderland & Crystal World, Australia





Once a sidebar oddity in an earthworm museum, Rosie the Shark burst onto the viral urbex scene in early 2019. This is the story of a shark who’s had an incredibly interesting afterlife. Follow along for the story of Rosie, because it’s always Shark Week somewhere. I’ll cover the Seal Rocks Sea Life Center, the Wildlife Wonderland museum and its giant earthworms, Lukie Mc, Tom Kapitany, and the Crystal World and Prehistoric Journeys museum, all located in Australia.

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**Credits**
Podcast background photo is by 4045 on freepik.com. Image/video sources credited within the video.
Theme music: “Aerobatics in Slow Motion” by TechnoAXE.
Incidental music: “This House” and “Pale Rider” by Kevin MacLeod / incompetech.com

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Rosie the Shark: Complete Abandoned History | Wildlife Wonderland & Crystal World, Australia

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