Lighthouse Beach in Chatham, Massachusetts, was closed for a couple of hours on Sunday afternoon after a shark sighting.
Dan Tobin, Director of Chatham Parks and Recreation said the shark was spotted just before 1:30 p.m. According to the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy's Sharktivity App, the closure was prompted by a Great White Shark predation of a seal on the beach.
More than a handful of Great White Sharks have been spotted in New England waters so far this season.
Tobin told the Cape Cod Times that there were a couple of swimmers in the water at the time of the seal attack. No injuries were reported to the swimmers.
As a precaution, the beach was closed for a couple of hours but has since been reopened.