SOLANA BEACH, Calif. (KGTV) - Signs warning beachgoers about the presence of a shark off North San Diego County remained in position Monday after a new sighting.
A shark between four and six feet was spotted Monday morning off the coast of Solana Beach, lifeguards confirmed.
Shark experts from CSU Long Beach were in the area and reported seeing four baby white sharks.
Advisory signs about an aggressive shark were posted last week after a sea lion washed ashore with its tail missing. The sea lion was taken to SeaWorld for care but later died of its injuries.
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