There are more sharks in the water off the coast of Southern California than ever before, according to the Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab. In total, the team tagged 38 sharks – more than triple the number the director of the lab and his crew were able to tag last year, CBS Los Angeles reports.
“And the aggregations were larger and stayed around longer than they have past years,” he said.
— Chris Lowe (@CSULBsharklab) October 15, 2020
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