An unprecedented influx of shark attacks along East Coast beaches in the past few weeks. And with the holiday weekend ahead, beachgoers are on high alert.
Have you heard of Mary Lee the shark? She now has more than 50,000 Twitter followers—and you may want to start paying attention to this social media shark. Her last ping was in Maryland waters Monday morning off the coast of Chincoteague.
A Maryland man has a very close encounter with a large great white shark off Ocean City’s coast.
New technology uncovered an ancient predator in Ocean City: a visitor with some very sharp teeth.
Within the last few weeks, the Northeastern coastline has seen two shark encounters. One of them was a bite! So what does it all mean for beachgoers?
A shark grabbed hold of a teenager swimming at a Delaware state park. That teen is recovering but the attack has left some beachgoers on edge.
Jaws on the Eastern Shore of Maryland? Well, not quite. But two large bull sharks are reeled in by the same fisherman.
A shark fin bill passed by Maryland lawmakers is drawing support from fishing and conservation interests.
New regulations nearly doubling the minimum size for sharks are expected to have a big impact on the local fishing industry if passed as proposed.
Big changes are coming to the National Aquarium. The main open water tank in the center of the building will soon close. A $12 million new shark tank will be put in its place.
A man swimming off Cape Cod is lucky to be alive after being attacked by a great white shark. And while attacks are extremely rare, all kinds of sharks are common along East Coast beaches, including Maryland.
The family of a 5-year-old Walkersville, Md., boy says he was bitten in the leg by a shark off North Myrtle Beach, but authorities aren’t sure what kind of animal bit the child.