Fisherman: Great White Took '2 Or 3 Bites' Out Of My SonA spear fisherman says a great white shark took "two or three bites" of his son before they were able to get him out of water and to safety.
Researchers May Have Tracked Shark's Location Before Violent Attack Near Pebble BeachThe shark that attacked a spear fisherman near Pebble Beach on Friday may have been wearing a tracker and broadcasting its location.
15-Foot Great White Shark Attacks Boat Near Santa Cruz CoastA 15 foot Great White shark attacked a fishing boat off the coast of Capitola Friday.
Great White Shark Spotted Off Pacifica BeachA great white shark was reportedly seen off of Pacifica Friday morning, according to police.
2015 Sets New Record With 98 Shark Attacks WorldwideExperts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida alone.
Great White Sharks In Water Force Swimmer To Abort Golden Gate Bridge To Farallon Islands AttemptA Bay Area man had to stop his quest to be the first to swim from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands due to Great White sharks in the water.
Several Great White Sharks Surround Kayaker Near Santa CruzSeveral great white sharks surrounded a marine biologist sitting in a kayak off the coast of Santa Cruz, and he has the photos to prove it.
15 Great White Sharks Spotted Near Santa Cruz; Lifeguard Competition CancelledA competition for junior lifeguards had to be called off after more than a dozen great white sharks near the cement ship in the Aptos area south of Santa Cruz.
Surfer Survives Attack By Great White Shark At Central California BeachAuthorities say a surfer at a Central California beach survived an attack by a juvenile great white shark.
Study Finds Pacific Great White Shark Population At Least Five Times Previous Estimates A recent study published in PLOS ONE found that the number of sharks swimming in the Pacific is around 2,400, about six times the number previously estimated.
Large White Shark Likely Killed By Mystery Sea Creature Off Australian CoastGreat White sharks are thought of as one of the world’s most feared predators, but documentary filmmakers say the tables have been turned after a nearly 10-foot shark was eaten by another sea creature in the waters off Australia.
Stanford Researchers Develop Real-Time Shark-Tracking AppIs a fear of sharks keeping you out of the ocean? No need to stay on land anymore, now that marine biologists at Stanford University have developed a free app for iPhones and iPads that tells you, in real time, exactly where Jaws is.