Shark warning signs have been removed in Waikiki early Tuesday after Ocean Safety reported no further shark sightings since Monday morning.
Warning signs were originally posted near the Kapahulu Groin after a 10- to 12-foot shark was spotted Monday morning.
The shark was spotted about 10:30 a.m. Beachgoers saw the shark following a turtle about 20 feet offshore before heading back out.
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