HAMILTON (BERMUDA)- A seven-year-old galapagos shark called Osbourne was released into the wild after living in a tank at the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo.The shark went from the North Rock Exhibit to North Rock itself as he was released into the wild.

The shark’s nose had become injured due to competition from another resident of the tank, a black grouper.Despite the best efforts of staff at the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo the animals continued to clash and the shark’s health deteriorated, leading to the decision to release the animal.

Osbourne was released back into the ocean with a satellite telemetry tag, which will help researchers learn more about his swimming patterns, as well as his well-being.

Read more at the Royal Gazette and see a photo gallery of Osbourne’s release into the wild.