If you are heading to the beach anytime soon, just be on the look out for "mini-sharks."
Apparently people have been getting attacked by swarms of the tiny, aggressive sea bugs who have an appetite for human feet. The bugs grow to be around 0.3 inches long and form swarms of more than 1,000 individuals.
Mini-sharks live in shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean and seasonally migrate up and down the coast. Once they find feet, they will bite into the flesh, and draw blood.
People who were bit said the bites were "painful" and "surprising" and the pain lasted about 15-20 minutes.