Passengers gasped and screamed as a great white shark was spotted alongside their boat off of Chatham Thursday afternoon.
WILMINGTON, N.C. — A 14-foot, 2,300 pound great white shark named Katharine has been tracked swimming off of the North Carolina coast. Katharine, a female great white shark, first pinged off the W…
The public is being warned about a large shark that a fisherman spotted Friday afternoon at the mouth of the Morro Bay Harbor.
The Harbor Patrol notified the Morro Bay Police Department at about 1:45 p.m. Friday that it had just received information about a credible shark sighting in that location, a police dispatcher said.
Filmmaker Jeff Kurr has seen some amazing things while filming his annual “Air Jaws” specials for Discovery’s Shark Week, but nothing quite compares to the time he came face-to-face with a 4,000-pound great white shark that’s so massive it’s nicknamed “Colossus.”
While the encounter was intense (bonus points for the added soundtrack), the MaxAnimal crew assured worried YouTube commenters that the attack was “completely unprovoked” and everyone, including the shark, “made it out alive.”
On Monday morning a fisherman captured video in Cape Cod Bay of what he described to Boston Magazine as a 16-18-foot Great White shark.
A even-foot shark attacked a swimmer near the Manhattan Beach Pier on Saturday morning, witnesses and police said.
The shark bit the swimmer, who was training near the pier, at about 9:30 a.m., according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Twitter page.
The shark was “hooked” by a fisherman roughly 40 minutes before the attack, fire officials said in a tweet.
The victim was in stable condition, officials tweeted.
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