In the search for answers to treating deadly diseases, researchers are turning to the ocean — more specifically turning to sharks.
A Boston man recently had a once-in-a-lifetime close encounter with a great white shark.
Researchers trying to explain an increasing number of great white shark visits to Cape Cod waters have reached an unsurprising conclusion.
Some beaches in Chatham are closed to swimmers due to the threat of sharks.
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.
After many credible shark sightings off the coast of Chatham, the Harbormaster is urging swimmers to pay attention to their surroundings.
A shark was found in the woods of Milton, New Hampshire Thursday night.
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.
If you could swim with the sharks, would you?