The best spot to find the La Jolla leopard sharks is from the Marine Room beach. This site, in a secluded strip of the ocean, is about a mile south of Scripps Pier on the east end of the marine park. Once you enter the water, begin heading to the west, away from the shoreline. Soon you should start to see the 4 to 5-foot beauties schooling near the sand at depths of 5 to 15 feet. As night hunters, the adults spend their days lounging or swimming over the sandy flats. Also common to this area of La Jolla are stingrays, guitarfish, and California halibut. Keep your eyes peeled in the summer months for the beautiful black bat rays.