Great White Sharks
Walter Szulc was brave enough to return to Nauset Beach Monday, two days after the scare of a lifetime.
A popular Cape Cod beach was reopened on Sunday, one day after it had to be closed because of a shark sighting.
No Cape Cod beaches have been closed to swimming, although officials are warning swimmers to use caution.
Now that the infamous bear has left Cape Cod, the area has some different wildlife to buzz about.
The sharks are getting close enough to shore that swimming is off limits in the evening and early morning at some beaches.
They say they’ve seen sharks in relatively shallow water, 4-5 feet deep, and just a stone’s throw from the beach where all the people are.
Greg Skomal has deployed sound receivers along Cape Cod, and tagged great white sharks with transmitters so researchers know exactly when the sharks approach the shore.
Close to 300 people have already signed up for the first-ever Vineyard Warrior triathlon, set to take place in waters where shark sightings are being made.
A great white shark was spotted off the coast of Chatham on Wednesday.
Great white sharks have returned to the area off Cape Cod for the summer. And on Friday, we got our first look at them near Chatham.