Dozens of people literally pulled together trying to rescue a 14-foot great white shark that washed up on a Massachusetts beach.
The video shows about 100 people — police, lifeguards, wildlife experts, and vacationing beachgoers — working frantically to save the shark on Cape Cod’s Whitecrest Beach.
When the trench was finished, they tied a rope around the shark’s tail and together dragged the 2,000 pound great-white back into the sea.
Unfortunately, the heroic effort ended with the shark eventually dying in the water, but it was a dramatic show of humanity nonetheless.
That younger shark was tagged and has been spotted several times this summer off the coast.
(WATCH the video below) — Image from Robyn Schnaible on Vimeo