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Shark warning signs taken down at Nanakuli Beach Park

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 11:22 a.m. HST, Oct 17, 2012

Shark warning signs posted Tuesday afternoon have been taken down at Nanakuli Beach Park.

Lifeguards posted the signs  after the sighting of an 8-foot shark at 5 p.m,.

Two hours later, lifeguards removed the signs because there was no further indications of shark activity, Emergencys Services Department spokeswoman Shayne Enright said. 

Enright said the shark was non-aggressive and seemed to be cruising.

It was the second shark sighting in Nanakuli this week.

Lifeguards reported a 10-foot shark, acting aggressive and jumping out of the water, at Nanakuli Beach Park Monday.

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manakuke wrote:
Jumping shark? The predators are definitely hunting.
on October 17,2012 | 06:35AM
COlohe1 wrote:
dey trying to get out of da way of da locals
on October 17,2012 | 08:47AM
Kaluu wrote:
Maybe one leleiwi.
on October 17,2012 | 09:52AM
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