The weekend yielded what is, in my opinion, the most awesome picture of the Great White Shark Tribe summering down on the Cape.
Just for the record, this was taking place 150 feet off-shore in 8 feet of water. So we're talking really, really shallow water that's really, really close to shore.
And by the way, both the dudes in the picture did not expect to cross paths with what is believed to be a 12- to 14-foot long Great White. (All the shark did was sniff around to see if the kayaker was a seal and then took off when it was determined that plastic and seal flesh are not the same thing. Still. Yikes!)
In any case, the Cape Cod Times has the obligatory "And then I wet my pants..." interview.
For more of a nation-wide overview of the Great White Sharks' rekindled love of all things Cape Cod, MSNBC has more here.
In any case, it appears the Great White Shark Tribe are here to stay as permanent summer tourists, much to the delight of the locals who are sucking up the yummy money from human shark-spotters.
Although it appears that kayakers and paddleboarders may want to pay attention to the local Shark Spotters before taking to the seas.
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