Great White Shark
A man who was hoping to capture scenic views of the California ocean instead spotted a shark swimming among unsuspecting surfers.
A great white shark thwarted a Northern California man’s quest to become the first person to swim from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands.
Junior Lifeguard teams of children and teens had come from as far as Folsom Lake and Monterey for the annual summer competition that includes paddling, swimming and running. But they were called out of the water at about 2 p.m. Tuesday after searchers in a helicopter followed up on a report of a great white shark in the area off Seacliff State Beach.
Jay Scrivner, a 45-year-old college English teacher, was waiting for waves off the Northern California coast near his hometown of Eureka on Sunday morning after surfing for about two hours when a great white he estimated at about 8-to-9 feet long bit his thigh and board.
Stinson Beach reopened to swimmers, surfers and boogie boarders on Sunday after a five-day closure prompted by a great white shark sighting, park officials report.
A great white shark was spotted off the Stinson Beach Monday afternoon, prompting a ban on swimming and surfing for at least the next several days.
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A great white shark up to 18 feet long has been spotted off a Southern California beach.
Monterey Bay Aquarium staff are reeling from the sudden death of a young great white shark that had been on exhibit the past few months and was released into the wild last week.
A great white shark, released into the Pacific Ocean by the Monterey Bay Aquarium last week, has died.
Find out more about the new great white shark on exhibit at Monterey Bay Aquarium.
A great white shark that was caught in the waters off Southern California is now on display at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.