I told my husband this morning that if he went surfing, he was going to get eaten by a shark. He told me I was crazy. We got to Whitecrest about an hour later and came upon a huge crowd of people working to save a 14' male Great White that had beached itself. The shark was still alive but not thriving. Several beachgoers were pouring buckets of water over him (some using XtraTuf boots and sandcastle pails) while others dug a holding pool and a trench to pull him back into the ocean. They had tied one end of a rope around its tail and a paddleboarder carried the other end out to a boat to help tow it in. It was an impressive effort, but unfortunately the shark did not swim off once he was back in the water. ~ Whitecrest Beach, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, September 6, 2015
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