The Northern Oregon/Southern Washington Marine Mammal Stranding Network 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 after being attacked.
After a necropsy, Oregon's Seaside Aquarium, which coordinates with the stranding network to pick up animals from area beaches, said that in each instance the animals appeared to have died as a result of attacks by a large shark, either a great white shark or a broadnose sevengill shark.
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