Orange County Beach To Add Early Warning Shark DetectionSeismologists are trying to perfect an early warning system for earthquakes, but such a system already exists for sharks and is coming to the Southern California community of Corona del Mar.
Helicopter Crew Warns Paddle-Boarders About Nearby SharksA sheriff's helicopter crew warned a group of paddle-boarders to get out of the ocean after spotting more than a dozen great white sharks along the Southern California coast.
Shark Attacks On The Rise Along The California CoastShark attacks are on the rise along the California coast, according to beach officials in Southern California.
Jumping Shark Puts On Show For SoCal FishermenA big shark put on a big show for some fishermen who hooked it off San Diego.
Further Ban On Shark Fin Fishing Being ConsideredMore restrictions on shark fins could be coming down the pipeline.
Former Raiders Star Warren Sapp Bitten By SharkFormer Oakland Raiders star and Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is OK after being bitten on the arm by a shark while catching lobster off the Florida Keys.
15 Sharks Spotted In 30 Minutes During Helicopter Ride Off Santa Cruz CoastKPIX 5’s Betty Yu and photographer Fidel Jacabo went up in a helicopter in search of sharks. What they found may keep you out of the water.
15-Foot Great White Shark Attacks Boat Near Santa Cruz CoastA 15 foot Great White shark attacked a fishing boat off the coast of Capitola Friday.
SoCal Beach Reopens After Surfer Encounters SharkOrange County beaches will reopen a day after being shut down when surfers scrambled out of the water following a shark sighting.
Sea Lion Named 'Shark Bite' Recovering At Six Flags Vallejo After Great White AttackA young sea lion who recently survived a great white shark attack is recovering at its new home in Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
2015 Sets New Record With 98 Shark Attacks WorldwideExperts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida alone.
Bizarre New Shark Species Found In Eastern Pacific By Cal State StudentA new species of shark -- dubbed the Ninja lanternshark -- has been discovered in the central eastern Pacific Ocean near Central America by a Cal State grad student and her professors.

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