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Great White Shark Spotted Feeding on Seal Off Cape Cod

The sighting came three days after shark sightings resulted in the closure of three beaches

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    Three beaches on Cape Cod were closed to swimming on Friday afternoon after 6 great white sharks were spotted feeding on a whale carcass. (Published Friday, Aug. 5, 2016)

    Two more great white sharks were spotted off Cape Cod on Monday, three days after shark sightings resulted in the closure of three beaches.

    The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy said a great white shark was spotted feeding on a seal off Monomoy Island around 10 a.m. Monday. A second great white was located later Monday in the area of Chatham's North Beach and Orleans' South Beach.

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    Unlike on Friday, when six sharks were spotted feeding on a dead whale off Truro, there were no reports of any beaches being shut down due to Monday's shark sightings.


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