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Video: Two Young Great White Sharks Kick It In The O.C.
Two young great white sharks were spotted off the coast of Orange County today, terrorizing a normally quiet seaside community.
On Tuesday the Seal Beach Marine Safety Department received reports that the two fishes, both about five or six feet long, had been spotted off Surfside Beach and were even sent the below video:
This is the video sent to the Marine Safety Department filmed 4/28/15 in Surfside
Posted by Seal Beach Marine Safety Department on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
On Wednesday the lifeguards confirmed the presence of the juvenile sharks offshore, prompting the warnings. So far, no incidents have been reported between the sharks and people. #WhiteWineWednesday just got a little more treacherous.
Beautiful white wine day! (@ Seal Beach in Seal Beach, CA) https://t.co/qClYmvq9AF pic.twitter.com/wlm7s052iD— BLT (@BrettTinnes) April 29, 2015
Cruise off the highway and hit locally-known spots for some tasty bites.
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