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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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Orleans Discontinues Surf Concession »

Friday December 21, 2018 - 5:00:41 am | via NewsCenter »

ORLEANS – The Orleans Board of Selectmen have decided to end the practice of offering surfing companies the opportunity to conduct business at Nauset Beach. The board cited shark attacks and activity in the area as the main catalyst for the move. Also, the surfing activity was taking place…

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Registration Now Being Accepted for February ‘Stop the Bleed’ Training Session »

Friday December 21, 2018 - 5:00:15 am | via NewsCenter »

ORLEANS – Another shark related ‘Stop the Bleed’ training program has been scheduled in Orleans for February. Due to an overwhelming turnout at the January ‘Stop The Bleed,’ program, the Orleans Citizens Forum is presenting a second ‘Stop The Bleed,’ with Orleans Fire Chief Tony Pike on…

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Drones could be ideal for dealing with sharks »

Tuesday December 18, 2018 - 3:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

So many things come to mind upon reading the article “Right time for flight time?” (Dec. 8, Page 1).Although people are cautious of using drones as a way to spot sharks, it can be a really effective way to keep track of them. The research into sharks, especially on Cape Cod, is very important…

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One animal at a time »

Wednesday December 12, 2018 - 3:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

 Many of us have had the experience of a bird crashing into a window of our house, and the almost knee-jerk response to grab a shoe box, go outside, and make sure that it is OK. But what happens when that animal is a 100-pound turtle, a shark, or a whale? Who answers the call when those animals…

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Ne need to overreact to sharks in the area »

Tuesday December 11, 2018 - 3:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

 Regarding the recent My View about the Cape’s overblown response to sharks, it’s good to read a sensible response to the Cape’s shark “problem,” instead of the typical reactionary response of “let’s slaughter the seals and sharks, so we can have their habitat…

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Public Lecture - “Voyage to the White Shark Cafe” »

Sunday December 09, 2018 - 11:26:39 am | via Cape Cod Today »

Deck: December 16th at Sea Education AssociationTowns: FalmouthTopic: NewsHub Category: OutdoorsAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: December 16th at Sea Education Association Main Image: Main Image Credit: Great White Shark (Wikimedia Commons)Thumbnail Image: Body: …

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Sea Education Association to Host ‘Voyage to the White Shark Cafe’ Public Lecture »

Saturday December 08, 2018 - 6:27:57 am | via NewsCenter »

WOODS HOLE – The Sea Education Association (SEA) is hosting a free public lecture this month. SEA will host “Voyage to the White Shark Café,” with Professor of Oceanography Northeastern University Jan Witting on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 2:00 p.m. Thanks to the use of electronic tags and blue ocean…

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Flight time for shark spotting »

Friday December 07, 2018 - 10:18:09 pm | via Cape Cod Times Headlines »

EAST ORLEANS — Three surfers sat on their boards looking for the bigger bump on the horizon that would mean a surfable wave.Hovering 50 feet overhead, virtually silent in the constant din of breakers, was a small white drone.Eight hundred feet away, drone pilot Samuel Morse watched the video…

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Efforts to prevent shark attacks come up short »

Friday December 07, 2018 - 3:01:00 am | via Cape Cod Times Opinion »

 We have blood on our hands. This summer’s great white shark attacks led to one severely injured man and a gruesome death on Cape Cod. They were sadly predictable, given recent increases in the number of sharks and the gray seals on which they feed.If this mayhem were caused by a bear, there…

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Shark Researcher Greg Skomal Wraps Shark Tagging Season »

Monday December 03, 2018 - 5:30:26 am | via NewsCenter »

DENNIS – State Shark Expert Dr. Greg Skomal and members of his research team took part in a “Season Wrap-Up Party” last week in Dennis. The event was held at The Red Nun and served as a fundraiser, with proceeds from $25 ticket sales going toward research, education efforts, and public safety…

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