07-08-2012, 07:35 PM #1
Great White Shark: Cape Cod Beach Reopens After Sighting
Swimmers in Cape Cod, Mass. are venturing back into the water Sunday after a great white shark sighting closed a popular beach this weekend.
Lifeguards and swimmers spotted the shark some 100 to 150 yards off Nauset Beach in Orleans Saturday afternoon. The 12-14 foot shark was last seen swimming away from shore.
A photograph shows the shark's dorsal fin behind a man in a kayak, but the man was able to reach dry land unhurt.
"Sharks are not there to feed on people; they're there to feed on seals."
However in Northern California on Saturday, an 18-foot great white bit through the front-end of a kayak near Pleasure Point, a popular surfing spot.
The kayaker, who was fishing, was thrown into the water but was unharmed and pulled out by a boater nearby.
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