Large Marine Animal Carcass Spotted In South Boston WatersThe body of a whale or shark was spotted floating near the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in South Boston Tuesday.
State Police Trooper Reels In 'Shark' Blocking Traffic On I-190Troopers from the Holden barracks responded to Interstate 190 near Interstate 290 on Saturday for a report of metal debris in the road, though it turned out to be an inflatable shark.
Shark Attacking Seal Prompts Cape Cod Beach ClosuresOfficials say two Cape Cod beaches closed Thursday after visitors spotted a great white shark biting a seal and spitting it back out onto the beach.
Wareham Shark Attack Victim Released From North Carolina HospitalThe Wareham man attacked by a shark off the coast of North Carolina has returned home.
Great White Shark Stranded On Cape Cod BeachA great white shark was stranded on a Cape Cod beach on Monday morning.
Video Captures 12-Foot Shark Swimming Off Chatham CoastResearchers have released underwater footage of a 12-foot white shark swimming off the coast of Chatham.
Researchers Spot Two New Great White Sharks Off Chatham CoastOn Friday, researchers from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy spotted two untagged sharks off of Chatham.
New Equipment Will Track South Shore Great White SharksShark experts are very anxious to see just how many sharks return to our waters this summer.
Great White Shark Cruising East Coast Becomes Twitter Star@MaryLeeShark is the fake Twitter handle for a very real, nearly 3,500-pound great white whose movements can be tracked online and in real time.
Shark Tagged Off Cape In 2012 Has Traveled Nearly 20,000 MilesMary Lee, the 3,456-pound female great white shark whose movements are tracked online, surfaced off the New Jersey shore Friday.
Photo Shows Shark Lurking Close To Surfers On Cape BeachThe summer may be over, but there are still sharks swimming off the coast of Massachusetts.
Great White Shark Attacks Kayakers In PlymouthTwo kayakers were attacked by a great white shark off Manomet Point in Plymouth Wednesday evening.