It’s sharky out there
The Sentinel reporting staff has been working on a handful of shark stories this summer.
This week, our Fish Rap columnist Allen Bushnell relayed a report on a kayaker who went face-to-face with a shark. It wound up our top story on the website for three days.
Today we had a short story on an abundance of shark-chewed otter remains washing up on beaches of Norther California.
Earlier this year, Capitola beaches were closed after several shark sightings.
Today, we received this photo from Tracy McAvoy:
We’re checking on the photo and the story, but Tracy said the shark was found Thursday at Hidden Beach Park, alive, and that his dog was curious about the creature. Stay tuned for a few more details.
Here are a few more links to Sentinel shark stories:
If you’re a fan of sharks, you’ve probably already watched Chuck Patterson’s video from San Onofre, ‘Me my shark and I,’ posted last week. (It’s received nearly 2 million views this week):