OXNARD (CBS) — Extremely venomous snakes are washing up onto California beaches and some scientists say El Niño may be to blame.

The yellow-bellied sea snakes are normally found in the South Pacific and off the coast of Mexico and Costa Rica.

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Anna Iker snapped a photo a sea snake Thursday at Silver Strand beach in Oxnard while she was watching her kids play in the water.

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