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Tiger sharks follow paddleboarders on Maui

  • COURTESY MAUI OCEAN SAFETY
                                Bite marks were visible after a tiger shark bit a paddleboard Wednesday morning off South Maui, DLNR reported. No one was injured. People are being warned to stay out of the water in the area, and shark warning signs will be posted through at least noon today.

    COURTESY MAUI OCEAN SAFETY

    Bite marks were visible after a tiger shark bit a paddleboard Wednesday morning off South Maui, DLNR reported. No one was injured. People are being warned to stay out of the water in the area, and shark warning signs will be posted through at least noon today.

Beachgoers were being warned to stay out of the ocean between Keawakapu Beach and White Rock Beach in Wailea, Maui, on Wednesday after large tiger sharks were sighted, including one that bit a stand-up paddle board, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources announced in a statement. Read more

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