Great White Shark
Massachusetts residents may soon be able to get their hands on Great White Shark license plates.
Scientists tracking a couple of Great White Sharks that spent part of the summer off Cape Cod say the sharks have turned up off the coast of Florida.
The state’s leading shark expert says he’s getting some surprising news from sharks he tagged off the coast of Cape Cod.
The scientists with OCEARCH thought the first shark they caught was big, until then they hooked number 2; a 16-foot, 3500-lb. female Great White.
A handful of beaches in Chatham have been closed to swimming indefinitely after marine biologists tagged a 20-foot great white leaving Chatham Harbor.
Beaches in southeastern Rhode Island have reopened to swimmers after a dead great white shark washed ashore just over the Massachusetts line.
Officials in Chatham have closed all eastern, open ocean-facing beaches because of increased reports from fishermen of sharks nearby.
An experienced West Newbury fisherman thought he’d seen everything on the water, until a 14-foot long shark slammed into his boat on the North Shore.
A family out fishing Wednesday captured video of a great white shark feasting on a seal off Chatham.
Shark sightings have been common this year, but not where this one was spotted.
- Namaste: Yoga Poses For... Tornado Outbreak Slams... Tedy Bruschi Through The Years Baseball Shots Of The Week –...
- CBSBoston Presents: 9 Things... The Legends Lunch Best Summer Dishes CBS 2013 2014 Prime Time Shows
- Bruins' Unforgettable Game 7... Flash Forward: Concept Cars... Boston Bruins In Game 7 Under... Baseball Shots Of The Week –...
- Duckling Day Parade In Boston Best Summer Festivals and... Dedham Duckling Rescue Baseball Shots Of The Week –...