No Sharks seen in False Bay since April

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2 years 9 months ago #35051 by MCImes
I saw False Bay in a headline and it peaked my interest - Apparently there is a Great White sighting drought around Cape Town. Probably nice to know when you're in the water, but maybe less of a good sign for the earth overall. 

How common is a sighting on a normal year? (i mean a shark you personally see breach or follow)

Anyways, get in some Miller's runs shark-free while it lasts!

www.enca.com/news/still-no-sign-great-white-sharks-false-bay

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2 years 9 months ago #35056 by WilBo#1
Is it possible there is a presence of Orcas in False Bay? Other than humans Orcas are a known predator of Great Whites. Documented at the Farallon Islands.

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2 years 9 months ago #35068 by Wiid
Spotted a bronze whaler shark 2.7km due west of Strand Beach yesterday (Sunday 8 Sept 2019). 

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