Sharks have been making headlines all summer long for attacking beach goers in North Carolina.  In Massachusetts however, the sharks aren't biting, they're just beached. 

A male juvenile Great White shark in Cape Cod was hungry so he decided to go hunting for seagulls. Unfortunately, he found himself swimming too close to shore and ended up being a beached shark. According to

Over 40 people gathered on Monday near a 7-ft. great white male shark that got stranded near South Beach in Chatham, Massachusetts, as the tide went out, according to the Associated Press.

The sunbathers and swimmers threw buckets of water on the struggling Great White to keep him saturated until officials were able to tow him safely back to shore. This was some impressive team work. The video captures the event well!

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