Shark season in Cape Cod: 3 great whites tagged eating whale carcass

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Shark season in Cape Cod: 3 excellent whites tagged consuming whale carcass

Shark season is underway in Cape Cod, Mass.

3 excellent white sharks were tagged Wednesday after being seen circling around a whale carcass in neighboring waters. The minute marks the main start of shark season in New England.

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Per the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, the sharks were tagged off Monomoy by Dr. Greg Skomal Massachusetts Marine Fisheries, who still motivated beachgoers not to prevent swimming as “the probability of being attacked by a shark is really low,” he informed WHDH Boston.

He included: “June is certainly a month that we anticipate starting to see white sharks.”

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Skomal included that individuals need to still practice care in deep waters. “Any deep water close to the shoreline,” he stated, “there’s a potential that there’s a shark hunting in that area.”

The conservancy’s Sharkivity app likewise notified another shark sighting in Cape Cod Bay that afternoon around 2 p.m. Aerial images reveal the shark had to do with 14 or 15 feet long.

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