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Shark sighting prompts Cape Cod swimming ban


A shark sighting off Cape Cod prompted officials to order swimmers out of the water in Wellfleet for about an hour. More>>

URI produces marine biologist webcast on sharks Video included


A group of marine biologists share their expertise on the animals via a Google Hangout. More>>

Researchers looking for great whites in Cape Cod Video included


Crew members aboard the OCEARCH have been patrolling Monomoy Island looking for great white sharks.

Shark catchers share their story with New Bedford students Video included


Shark catchers from OCEARCH speak to New Bedford school children before leaving on their next mission.

Portsmouth family encounters great white shark Video included


A Portsmouth family encounters a great white in a rare moment, and it was caught on video. More>>

URI researcher tags, tracks sharks Video included


Great whites get all the attention, but there are a lot more sharks off our coastal waters. More>>

Cashing in on shark craze Video included


Cape Cod is in the midst of a shark frenzy, but it isn't scaring people away. Great Whites have been great for the bottom line. More>>

Cape beaches educate swimmers about shark threat Video included


Cape Cod beach communities are working together to educate swimmers about the presence of sharks. More>>

Great white taggers plan return to Cape Video included


A team from OCEARCH is planning a return trip to Southern New England to learn more about sharks in our waters. More>>

Only on 10: What's under there?

A Massachusetts nonprofit group is helping scientists study the great white sharks giving area swimmers a big scare.

Group tracks great white sharks online

OCEARCH has a global shark tracker on its website, and is following dozens of sharks it has tagged in various parts of the world.

Portsmouth family records shark encounter off Cape

A family boating off Monomoy Island in Chatham captures video of a great white shark eating a dead grey seal ... More>>

Baby boom at Biomes Video included


A shark gives birth to eight babies. More>>

Health Check: Safe surfing

A Rhode Island Hospital emergency medicine doctor is a recognized expert is surfing safety. More>>

Wakefield man snaps photos of shark tagging

A man who spots fish for commercial fishermen gets the thrill of a lifetime. More>>

Sharks being tracked off Cape beaches


Sharks are likely to be visitors at Cape Cod beaches this summer. More>>

Great white shark moves back to northeast

The 3,500-pound shark was off Long Island, N.Y, on Thursday ... More>>

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