Officials Thursday warned beachgoers to use caution while in the water of Seal Beach due to a recent shark sighting in the area.
Something lurking in the water at San Clemente Beach is giving swimmers a fright and has forced lifeguards to close the beach.
Two shark sightings, one reported last night and another Friday morning, have prompted authorities to close the San Clemente Beach until about noon Saturday.
Many southern Californians are already familiar with the photo of what appears to be a possible Great White shark swimming feet away from the photographer’s family — but a number of experts now argue that the animal may not be a shark after all.
A Southern California surfer got up close and personal with a shark on Tuesday.
Authorities say a 15-year-old paddleboarder survived an encounter with a shark which bit her board several times off the coast of Catalina Island.