Troy Montenery took this photo while kayaking off Huntington Beach State Park last year. The water's oxygen level was lower, prompting fish to surface and sharks to feast.
Troy Montenery took this photo while kayaking off Huntington Beach State Park last year. The water's oxygen level was lower, prompting fish to surface and sharks to feast.
Troy Montenery took this photo while kayaking off Huntington Beach State Park last year. The water's oxygen level was lower, prompting fish to surface and sharks to feast.

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