The M/V OCEARCH tied up at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution before heading out on the water for the expedition. Photo/OCEARCH

The M/V OCEARCH tied up at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution before heading out on the water for the expedition. Photo/OCEARCH

On Sunday (August 4, 2013), people from Cape Cod and afar gathered at Nauset Middle School to hear the crew and scientists of the ocean research program OCEARCH present an overview of a month-long great white shark-tagging expedition that began July 30, 2013 off Chatham, Massachusetts, according to an article on CapeCodOnline.com.

The aim of the program is to tag 10 to 20 great white sharks in 31 days.

By Sunday, the crew had seen several sharks, but hadn’t caught or tagged any, though it’s still early in the program.

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