While reports of a monster sized El Nino have many Californian's excited at the prospect of a wet winter, it would seem the coming storms are bringing with them actual monsters.
Deadly sea snakes showed up on a California beach this week for the first time in thirty years. Reports claim this is happening due to warm El Nino waters, which, if true, could mean a lot more are on their way. The snake was discovered by Ana Iker, who was walking down the Silver Strand Beach in Oxnard with her two kids and dog. The yellow-bellied sea snake was about fifteen inches long.
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