Shark Week returns to the Discovery Channel on July 5, but it is has come early in Surfside based on this sign that just went up and the video after the jump (both of which were posted by the Seal Beach Marine Safety Department).
Here's that video:
This is the video sent to the Marine Safety Department filmed 4/28/15 in Surfside
Posted by Seal Beach Marine Safety Department on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The warning signs went up after the Marine Safety Department received video footage of a shark on Tuesday, according to Lt. Chris Pierce, who said no sharks were spotted during an in-water investigation by lifeguards that followed.
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"Because of the size of the sharks and the activity they were engaged in, it was determined to just put up signs,'' Pierce told City News Service.
The sharks that were sighted are juveniles about 5 to 6 feet long that only prey on smaller fish and not humans, Pierce added.
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