3 Cape Cod Beaches Close After Sharks Spotted Feasting On Dead Whale At least two great white sharks were seen feasting on a whale carcass Friday in Cape Cod Bay off North Truro.
Plymouth Beaches Reopen Following Shark SightingSeveral beaches in Plymouth reopened to the public Sunday afternoon after a shark sighting Saturday prompted the closures.
Lobsterman Spots Great White Shark Off Plymouth CoastA shark sighting off Manomet Point led authorities to order all swimmers out of the water at Whitehorse Beach Saturday afternoon.
Great White Shark Returns To Cape Cod Waters One Year After RescueResearchers say a shark that was rescued from a Cape Cod beach last summer has returned to the area one year later.
Boy, 6, Hooks Great White Shark While Fishing Off Cape CodWhat 6-year-old Blake White and his family initially thought was a large striped bass turned out to be a great white shark.
Great White Shark Tagged Off Eastham ShoresState marine biologists have tagged the third great white shark of the season off the coast of Cape Cod.
Researchers Tag First Great White Of The Season Off Nauset BeachResearchers tagged their first great white shark of the season Friday off the coast of Orleans.
First Great White Shark Sighting Of Summer Off The CapeThis new shark is now part of the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries’ population study.
Shark Seekers On Fundraising Expedition Get Close To Great Whites Off Mass. CoastA fundraising expedition sponsored by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy got passengers up close to great white sharks.
Stranded Great White Shark Dies On Wellfleet BeachA great white shark that stranded itself on a Wellfleet beach died despite the rescue efforts of beach-goers.
Tagged Orleans Shark Named After Tom BradyThe Atlantic White Shark Conservancy tagged a shark on Thursday and named it after the recently "freed" Patriots quarterback.
Great White Shark Jumps Out Of Water Chasing Seal Off CapeThere have been plenty of shark sightings off the Massachusetts coast this summer, but none quite like this.