Lifeguards posted shark warning indicators alongside Black’s Seashore on Friday afternoon after recognizing three juvenile nice white sharks.
The San Diego Hearth-Rescue Division mentioned that at 12:15 p.m. lifeguards patrolling in a ship about 100 yards from shore noticed three juvenile nice white sharks.
The lifeguards reported the sharks have been 6, 8 and 9 ft in size and have been feeding on the carcass of a sea lion. They weren’t exhibiting any aggressive habits.
Indicators have been posted alongside the seaside a mile in every course from the place the sharks have been seen.
Whereas the three sharks weren’t exhibiting any aggressive habits towards people on the time of the sighting, the lifeguards advocate exercising warning on the seaside.