Great White Shark
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.
Ever since a Denver man was bitten by a Great White shark, Truro town leaders have been considering adding full time lifeguards to all four town beaches.
A man who was attacked by a great white shark off a Truro beach recounted the harrowing ordeal.
State officials have confirmed that the injuries a man suffered off a Truro beach on Monday are consistent with those of a Great White shark attack.
The Cape Cod Shark Hunters crew had a close encounter while tagging a shark from their boat on Friday.