The size and pattern of the bite suggest an exploratory bite from a Great White Shark, according to John Chisolm of the State Marine Fisheries Division.
A bite mark on one of the kayaks involved in the shark incident off White Horse Beach.
The striations around the tooth hole were caused by the serrated edges found on a Great White’s teeth, according to Jon Chisholm of the State Marine Fisheries Division.
Plymouth Harbormaster assists kayakers attacked by a shark of White Horse Beach.
The Massachusetts State Police posted photos from Wednesday’s shark encounter off Manomet Point.