Great white sharks spotted next to United States swimmers

Robyn Valdez
May 13, 2017

A deputy in Orange County Sheriff's Duke 1 helicopter issued the warnings on behalf of state parks, as reported by the Orange County Register.

Several sharks have been seen in this area a woman was bitten at the nearby San Onofre State Beach on April 29.

More than a dozen Great White Sharks have been spotted off the coast, and beach-goers are encouraged to exit the ocean in 'calm manner'.

But while it might seem as though sharks are becoming a bigger threat to people, experts say the opposite scenario is closer to the truth.

Fifteen great white sharks have been filmed swimming near a group of paddle-boarders in southern California.

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NewsChopper4 captured images of the sharks from the air days after 10 to 20 sharks were spotted Long Beach, prompting a shark advisory.

Some of the juvenile sharks spotted off the coast occasionally are 6-feet long. And once in a while you'll see a shark jumping out of the water right next to a surfer.

"During the day, they hang out very close to the surface in relatively shallow water relatively close to the beach", Lowe said.

Long Beach Fire Department Capt. Cameron Abel told 10News juvenile sharks arrived exactly the same time a year ago in the same area and they were gone by the end of summer.

"We may never know exactly how many sharks are out there, or exactly how many are killed each year".

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"The sharks are a good sign for the local ecosystem", said Abel.

'They didn't migrate south in the winter, which they usually did, ' Lowe said. "They've been protected in USA waters since 2005", Lowe explained.

Young added that there had been no reports of sharks bumping or charging swimmers, nor have any attacks been reported.

These shark sightings are becoming so common that Southern California businesses are even looking to cash in.

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