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Mary Lee the shark 15h
There is some good eating in those parts, right ? -;()
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Could this be the beginning to the end of ’s visit to the Gulf of Mexico? A new ping today shows she could be on her way back to the Atlantic
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Turtles may appear to be slow, but they can cover some pretty incredible distances through open water. Check out the cool tracks several loggerhead sea turtles are laying down on the Tracker right now in the Mediterranean Sea
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Miss Costa 15h
luv seeing these two together! ❤
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OCEARCH 16h
Two young white sharks are pinging near each other off the coast of the Outer Banks in North Carolina. has been hanging out there for over a month while @Brunswick_Shark just arrived a few days ago
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Hal the Great White May 22
broke: sharks are scary woke: sharks are highly evolved apex predators that play a vital role in their ecosystems
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Brunswick the Shark May 22
What’s your favorite shark fact? Is there one that’s maybe not so common that you think is really cool? I’d love to hear them!!
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OCEARCH May 22
DYK that white sharks in the Mediterranean Sea have genetic signatures similar to white sharks found in Japan? It's a little weird and so far scientists only have guesses as to why. What is your theory?
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OCEARCH May 22
Today is pinging south of Martha's Vineyard. We’ll be watching closely to see if he lingers in this area or quickly cruises through back up to Nova Scotia where he was tagged.
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OCEARCH May 22
For over 2 months now has been hanging out in the Gulf of Mexico. A new ping today shows her near the edge of the shelf northwest of the Florida Keys.
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OCEARCH May 21
Well this is exciting! After over a year of silence young white shark just pinged in today from the Gulf of Mexico. He was only 5’ 1” long when we tagged him in 2016. Though he is bigger now, he is still one of the smallest sharks we’ve tracked to the Gulf.
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OCEARCH May 21
Looks like is on the move! This morning his newest ping shows he is southwest of Montauk.
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OCEARCH May 20
Love seeing all the attention is getting right now!
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Great White Shark Cabot May 20
Oops...looks like my little stunt visiting the Long Island Sound overloaded the tracker!!! My bad The Tracker is running kinda slow since you many of you logged on to check out where I’m at.
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Great White Shark Cabot May 20
Hey guys! Anyone know of some fun things to do around here? I’m excited for a new adventure!
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OCEARCH May 20
So cool to be tracking @WhiteSharkCabot in the Long Island Sound since as far as we know, it'is unusual for white sharks to visit the area.
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Great White Shark Cabot May 20
I heard sending a ping from the Long Island Sound had never been done before by a white shark...so naturally I had to visit and send one off. Hello Greenwich how are you today?!
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OCEARCH May 20
Be advised! For the first time ever, we are tracking a white shark in the Long Island Sound. 9’ 8” is just off the shore near Greenwich. Follow him using the browser on any device at
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OCEARCH May 20
This morning we finally got another ping from . She is still in the Gulf of Mexico but much farther south now.
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OCEARCH May 19
The app is not working. You need to use the web-based tracker by visiting on any device. If You are still having issues with that, let us know what they are more specifically so we can investigate.
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