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Below are the latest news articles mentioning shark from all the local Cape Cod news sources. Most of these stories should be related to recent shark sightings, tagging and locations of Great White Sharks on Cape Cod.

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Shark Conservancy Launches White Shark Logbook »

Tuesday April 20, 2021 - 5:00:38 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

CHATHAM – The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy has launched an online tool to display data on shark detections across Cape Cod. The White Shark Logbook, funded by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s Sea Grant program, provides data collected from 2010 through 2020 for users to access.…

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Shark Center Opens for Season »

Thursday April 15, 2021 - 4:59:01 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

CHATHAM – The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy’s Shark Center will open for the summer season Thursday, April 15. “We look forward to safely welcoming back visitors to the Shark Center for what promises to be a very busy summer on Cape Cod,” said Shark Center Manager for the Conservancy Heather…

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Study Finds Cape Sharks Spend Half Their Time in Shallow Waters »

Sunday April 11, 2021 - 5:00:39 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

  CHATHAM – As summer approaches, more white sharks will be making their way to Cape Cod coastlines. These sharks come to the Cape area to hunt seals, and those who enjoy Cape beaches are advised to keep an eye out. A recent report published by Megan Winton, a scientist with the Atlantic White…

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Sunday Journal – Megan Winton with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy »

Friday April 09, 2021 - 10:38:09 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

Staff Scientist with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy Megan Winton joins the program this week to take a dive on a fascinating new study regarding the patterns of white sharks across the area. Megan also detailed what’s new with the conservancy as the summer approaches. capecodcom · Sunday Journal…

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Local Acton, MA Entrepreneur to Appear on Shark Tank »

Tuesday April 06, 2021 - 11:00:00 am | via The Enterprise Newspapers »

ACTON, Mass., April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/—Acton, MA entrepreneur, Melissa Clayton, is scheduled to appear…

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NOAA to Allow More Harvest of Dogfish in Coming Year »

Saturday March 06, 2021 - 4:59:58 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

BOSTON (AP) – Federal fishing regulators are considering letting commercial fishermen catch more of a species of shark in the coming year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said it’s considering allowing more harvest of spiny dogfish in the 2021-22 fishing year. Fishermen catch…

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Tags Displayed on Free-Swimming Sharks Off Cape Cod »

Saturday December 26, 2020 - 5:00:58 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

CHATHAM – Tags linked to satellites have been deployed by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy to track free-swimming white sharks off of Cape Cod. Two Smart Position or Temperature Transmitting–or SPOT–tags have been mounted to the fins of sharks through a unique tool that can tag…

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New Shark Research Group Formed »

Sunday December 06, 2020 - 5:00:34 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

PROVINCETOWN – The Center for Coastal Studies announced that it is partnering with researchers from several universities and federal state and private organizations to form the New England White Shark Research Consortium. Collaborators will use new technologies and research methods to study white…

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Record Season For Shark Detections »

Monday October 26, 2020 - 4:59:48 am | via CapeCod.com NewsCenter »

HYANNIS – The Rhode Island-based Atlantic Shark Institute reported that this season has seen the largest number of great white shark detections of any season previous as part of their long-term study. According to Executive Director Jon Dodd, all of the sharks were found to be previously tagged by…

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Sharks are killed to make effective vaccines. More may die as scientists develop one for COVID-19, conservationists warn »

Thursday October 15, 2020 - 9:52:54 am | via Wicked Local Cape Cod »

Conservationist groups are concerned demand for a coronavirus vaccine will strain an already taxed resource: sharks.Shark liver oil contains the natural occurring substance squalene. Scientists use squalene for adjuvants that are added to vaccines to enhance immune response and increase…

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