CapeCodOnline: Ten Cape towns and Nantucket are banding together to find out more about the great white sharks cruising their shorelines.

Officials hope the state will approve a $262,500 grant to expand a tagging program and create signs and brochures to warn and educate beachgoers.

The proposal is part of a regional initiative to address public safety in the face of burgeoning seal and shark populations and an attack on a Denver man by a great white shark last summer.

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