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Chatham seals. Watch out for great whites. SHARK WEEK

Chatham seals. Watch out for great whites. SHARK WEEK

Cruise into Chatham Harbor and get up close and personal with thousands of Harbor and Grey seals for a Chatham seal tour like no other. (maybe even a Great White Shark) Cape Cod

Cruise into Chatham Harbor and get up close and personal with thousands of Harbor and Grey seals for a Chatham seal tour like no other. (maybe even a Great White Shark) Cape Cod

Photos taken by spotter pilot Wayne Davis of a seal herd just north of Highland Light in Truro, MA. photo via Atlantic White Shark Conservancy #CapeCod

Photos taken by spotter pilot Wayne Davis of a seal herd just north of Highland Light in Truro, MA. photo via Atlantic White Shark Conservancy #CapeCod

People hoping for a relaxing summer day at the beach in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Monday were stunned to find a GREAT WHITE SHARK washed up on the Cape Cod shore. | People In Cape Cod Rescued A Great White Shark

People hoping for a relaxing summer day at the beach in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Monday were stunned to find a GREAT WHITE SHARK washed up on the Cape Cod shore. | People In Cape Cod Rescued A Great White Shark

Captain McBride places his hand on the snout of the shark while scientists collect blood, tissue samples and attach tracking devices on the research vessel Ocearch off the coast of Chatham, US. Before release, the 15ft, 2,292lb shark was named Genie for famed shark researcher Eugenie Clark. The Ocearch team baits the fish & leads them on to a lift, tagging & taking blood, tissue & semen samples. The real-time satellite tag tracks the shark each time its dorsal fin breaks the surface.

Captain McBride places his hand on the snout of the shark while scientists collect blood, tissue samples and attach tracking devices on the research vessel Ocearch off the coast of Chatham, US. Before release, the 15ft, 2,292lb shark was named Genie for famed shark researcher Eugenie Clark. The Ocearch team baits the fish & leads them on to a lift, tagging & taking blood, tissue & semen samples. The real-time satellite tag tracks the shark each time its dorsal fin breaks the surface.

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