Massachusetts beach closed after shark sightings

More than 10 sharks have been spotted close to shore in Cape Cod in the last 48 hours, forcing officials to close the popular beach.
2:16 | 08/02/19

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Now the new shark sightings from cape cod to Florida shutting down beaches. Take a look at this new video. A shark in Florida there, catching a wave with surfers. No thank you. Victor Oquendo is on Miami beach with the latest. Good morning, Victor. Reporter: Good morning, Cecilia. One of the surfers falling off his board at the wrong time. The danger lurking all the way up the east coast, and shutting down several beaches because so many sharks were spotted near the coast. This morning, shark sightings leaving beachgoers on edge in cape cod. More than ten spotted close to shore in the last 48 hours, forcing officials to close the popular beach. Take a look at this video. Massachusetts state police spotting two sharks while flying above the beach. This summer of close calls, up and down the east coast. In this new video from Florida, a drone capturing a shark darting between two surfers in satellite beach. I was yelling to him, hey. There's a shark. There's a shark, and I don't think he heard me because he fell off his board at just the wrong time. Reporter: Earlier this summer in new smyrna beach, dubbed the shark capital of the world, they were playing in the surf when this drone spotted a shark swimming feet away. I screamed that my wife was closer to the kids, to get everybody out of the water. Reporter: Less than a week ago in Jacksonville beach, recorded by frank O'rourke, struggling to stay above water as he was bit. You have all the rows of teeth just kind of clamped onto my arm. Reporter: So far this summer, there have been reports of at least 24 unprovoked shark attacks and we're just now entering the peak season for shark activity. According to the atlantic white shark conservesy, August and October are the peak months. Some easy safety tips here. Don't swim alone, and be careful if you go past waist-deep water. Don't splash around too much. What's driving the search there in cape cod? Reporter: Well, it's all about what sharks eat. In this case, gray seals. There have been recovery efforts for gray seals over the last decade. They have gone well, but that also attracts more sharks to the water. Cecilia?

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