Great White Shark Attack In Santa Cruz Prompts Four Day Ocean Ban

The City of Santa Cruz in California has declared a four-day ocean ban after a great white shark attacked a kayaker who was paddling beyond the kelp bed on the westside of the city.

The ban, which requires people to remain out of the ocean for a 1-mile (1.6km) radius of coastline between the San Lorenzo River mouth and Fair Avenue, is part of the county’s official “Shark Incident Action Plan,” KSBW 8 reported. All kayak rental shops and surf schools will be ordered to shutdown until Saturday (15 July).



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