The Orange County Sheriff’s Department released video footage Wednesday night of a close encounter with a school of sharks.
Two juvenile white sharks up to six feet in length have been sighted in the waters off the coast of Seal Beach and Sunset Beach, authorities said Wednesday.
An Orange County beach has reopened following two shark sightings.
Something lurking in the water at San Clemente Beach is giving swimmers a fright and has forced lifeguards to close the beach.
All six unprovoked shark attacks on humans last year along the Pacific Coast occurred in California, according to researchers.
A shark sighting Thursday near the Manhattan Beach Pier posed no threat to the public, authorities said.
A ten-foot-long shark sighting was reported Monday at the end of the San Clemente Municipal Pier, authorities said.
Authorities say the 7-foot shark was thrashing to get free from the line for more than 40 minutes on Saturday before it bit a swimmer, who was treated at a hospital.
The unidentified swimmer was bitten just before 9:30 a.m., authorities said.
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.
Did a shark photobomb a Manhattan Beach family Friday?
A Southern California surfer got up close and personal with a shark on Tuesday.
A baby shark was spotted Friday at a popular surfing spot in Seal Beach, authorities said.
Two Orange County men are being hailed as heroes after they rescued a woman whose right arm had just been bitten off by a shark.
A Cerritos woman is lucky to be alive Thursday after surviving a shark attack in Hawaii.