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Cape Cod Beaches To Publish Shark Picture Books

Beaches on the Cape Cod National Seashore will have picture books to help beach-goers pick sharks out of a lineup.


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18-Foot Shark Spotted, Tagged Off Chatham Coast

Crews tagged an 18-foot great white shark off the Cape Cod coast on Friday.


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Felger & Mazz: Fear The Sharks!!!

Michael Felger discusses the dangers of great white sharks off Cape Cod, while Mazz and Bertrand have some fun.


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Basking Shark, Not Great White, May Have Chased Kayaker Off Cape Beach

It’s long, has a menacing fin and was last seen shadowing a kayaker Saturday at a Cape Cod beach. But, it may not have been a great white shark after all.


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Kayaker On Close Call With Shark Off Cape Beach: ‘I Got Lucky’

Walter Szulc was brave enough to return to Nauset Beach Monday, two days after the scare of a lifetime.


A sand tiger shark. (File Photo Credit: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)

Likely Sand Shark Spotted Off NH Beach

A shark sighting at a New Hampshire beach prompted a swimming ban on Monday.


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Cape Cod Beach Reopened After Shark Sighting

A popular Cape Cod beach was reopened on Sunday, one day after it had to be closed because of a shark sighting.


Great white shark off Chatham coast. (Photo credit: George Breen)

New Great White Shark Sightings On Cape Cod

No Cape Cod beaches have been closed to swimming, although officials are warning swimmers to use caution.


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Great White Sharks Could Return To Cape Earlier Due To Warm Winter

The great white sharks could return to our waters as early as May thanks to our mild winter.


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Sharks May Be Key To Solving Human Diseases

In the search for answers to treating deadly diseases, researchers are turning to the ocean — more specifically turning to sharks.