What sort of alarm is given when a shark is sighted at the beach?
a alarm is ringing with sirens loud enough to alert swimmers
My five year old came home from school and asked the same question;this is what we found. "The beach in Nielsen Park, part of Sydney Harbour National Park, faces Shark Bay in the east Sydney suburb of Vaucluse. Because of its location, the beach is properly known as Shark Beach but is popularly known simply as Nielsen Park." http://goaustralia.about.com/od/sydneyaustralia/ig/Sydney-Beaches/Shark-Beach.htm
Megalodons were sighted tons of times. The sighting that pops up most frequently was in 1918 by veteran fisherman of the coast of Australia. The shark was a whitish color, bigger than a great white shark, had six gills, and ate their lobster traps easily. Those were men who knew all the sea creatures and they never saw sharks that big. Some people say the beast may still be alive today, lurking in the deep…
You can find sharks by fishing with a bamboo fishing pole from the beach. You might get quite a few other fish before you catch a shark. I was just about to give up on it right when I caught a shark. I read it was on east beach and can also be found on the 3rd island after you jump down from the Ceremmonial Cliff.