In recent weeks, four animals have been found dead from large shark bites on Clatsop County beaches.

The Northern Oregon/Southern Washington Marine Mammal Stranding Network has responded to two adult harbor seals, one adult Steller sea lion and a 7-foot striped dolphin that were all believed to be close to shore when attacked.

The bites are thought to be from either a great white or a seven-gill shark. Those who surf in the area should be aware that surfing at dawn/dusk or during a large diatom bloom which may make the local ocean water murky, is not recommended.

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