The Great White Shark was spotted near Leadbetter Point in Santa Barbara. KSBY-TV (bit.ly/N3ydWn) says the shark was swimming about five feet from the surfers and the dorsal fin and tail were out of the water.
This observation, location, and species was verified by The Sacramento Bee AP State Wire News.
A salmon shark washed up on ocean beach and people dragged it back into the water. California Fish and Wildlife showed up and rescued it.
This observation, location and species was reported to the California Academy of Sciences. Source, David McGuire.
A juvenile salmon shark beached itself on Manresa State Beach. A group of people dragged it back in the water, and it was eventually rescued on the beach by California Fish and Game officials said shark researcher Sean Van Sommeran.
This observation, location and species was reported by Sean Van Sommerman PSRF.
It was about 40-foot-deep water just outside a kelp bed when the shark attacked a kayaker. The man estimated that the shark was about 14 to 18 feet long but wasn't sure what type of shark it was.
This observation, location and species has been verified by the Shark Research Committee
Annotated List of Shark Attacks Along the Pacific Coast: 2000 - Present.