The water is not closed, the beach is not closed.
Another group of 10 great white sharks were spotted off Long Beach.
Helicopter footage taken of the waters just off Capistrano Beach shows the sharks, which are thought to be juveniles, swimming just beyond the surf break. They are advising you exit the water in a calm manner.
The swimmers were wading off the Southern Californian coastline in Orange County yesterday when a sheriff's department helicopter began buzzing overhead. So if I was on a paddle board and there were 15 great white sharks near me, I would've just called it a life.
"The shark activity was sighted by a surfer, who had a very close encounter with a shark", Camp Pendleton spokeswoman Lt. Abigail Peterson said. At least one shark attack has been reported.
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In addition, the home minister said, unique identification numbers should also be used in gelatin and other explosive materials. The chief ministers of Bihar, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand were in attendance.
Advisories were posted for beaches up and down Southern California after shark sightings this week - including at San Onofre State Beach, where a woman was bitten by a shark April 29.
The sharks were about 5 to 6 feet long, said Capt. Cameron Abel of the LAFD's Marine Safety Unit. And this was 50 miles north of Capistrano Beach.
OC Lifeguards Chief Jason Young told the Register people on the beach reported seeing a shark breach and had reinstated an advisory Thursday after dropping it the day before.
She is recovering from wounds to part of her upper thigh. "Her spirits are good and she was happy to have family with her".