Scotland's papers: Holiday shark terror and Brexit warning
The Daily Record's front page is dominated by a picture of terrified holidaymakers spotting a shark in shallow waters at a beach in Majorca. It leads with members of the public lifting a car off a man who had become trapped under it after it crashed.
The Scottish Sun also features the shark scare, as well as a story about a prisoner who became pregnant after meeting up with her partner during a work placement.
The Scotsman leads with the UK government's Brexit secretary David Davis warning the SNP not to disrupt the passage of "critical legislation" at Holyrood.
The Herald leads with the same story, saying Mr Davis has said the blocking of the government's "flagship Brexit legislation" could create a "black hole" in British law and make it unworkable. Both papers also carry front page pieces on the death of former SNP leader Gordon Wilson.
The National says senior Tories are plotting to oust Prime Minister Theresa May in a move which would mean Scotland "must get a seat at Brexit negotiations".
The Daily Express says one migrant is caught trying to sneak into Britain every 10 minutes.
The Daily Star leads with a story about EastEnders star Danny Dyer returning home for "crunch talks" with his wife after claims that he had an affair.
The i newspaper says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to announce a "revised timetable" for a second Scottish independence referendum.
The Times says thousands of European criminals currently in UK jails face being deported after Brexit as Theresa May makes the issue "a key demand" in negotiations.
The Daily Mail says a hospital paid nearly £500,000 to hire a locum doctor for only nine months "as NHS staffing costs spiral out of control".
The Telegraph says Britons will be guaranteed free health treatment in Europe as Brexit secretary David Davis sets out the government's negotiating position on migrant rights.
The Courier reports on the death of former SNP leader Gordon Wilson, who it describes as a giant of the party.
The Press and Journal says NHS Grampian's chief executive has warned there is "no end in sight" for waiting time delays in the north east of Scotland.