A sea lion dodges an 18-foot great white shark off Mexico’s Guadalupe Island in 2013. Much about migration habits of sharks is still unknown, but female great white sharks have been known to mate in the warm waters off the island before making their way up the coast of California or out to the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
A sea lion dodges an 18-foot great white shark off Mexico’s Guadalupe Island in 2013. Much about migration habits of sharks is still unknown, but female great white sharks have been known to mate in the warm waters off the island before making their way up the coast of California or out to the depths of the Pacific Ocean. REX/Marc Henauer/Solent News Associated Press
A sea lion dodges an 18-foot great white shark off Mexico’s Guadalupe Island in 2013. Much about migration habits of sharks is still unknown, but female great white sharks have been known to mate in the warm waters off the island before making their way up the coast of California or out to the depths of the Pacific Ocean. REX/Marc Henauer/Solent News Associated Press

Why great white shark sightings are rising on the Central Coast

July 23, 2016 02:07 PM