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OCEARCH 11h
15-foot is still tracking southbound after leaving Nova Scotia. Right now she is way off the continental shelf between Bermuda and Charleston, South Carolina.
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Whale Shark Rocky 19h
Behold! The Christmas Tree WORM! These worms are sedentary, meaning that once they find a place they like, they don’t move much. When startled, Christmas tree worms rapidly retract into their burrows, hiding from would-be predators! 🤯🎄🐛
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OCEARCH 14h
Lots to learn here...from the origins of the problem, to the scope of the problem and what can be done. “Cleaning up the plastic in the ocean” via
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SeaWorld Dec 17
This is Lagoona, one of SeaWorld’s hundreds of manatee rescues. 🌊 Struck by a boat, Lagoona needed a year of rehab at & partner facilities before returning to Florida waters. Learn more about Lagoona’s story & our rehabilitation work at
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OCEARCH Dec 17
While white sharks on our tracker are headed south, at least one mako shark is headed north. Yinzer has been making his way towards the Grand Banks over the past month.
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Whale Shark Rocky Dec 17
Swim baby swim! Baby whale sharks are just the CUTEST! 😍🐋🦈
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Mote Marine Lab Dec 17
, who was tagged in Nova Scotia on an expedition earlier this fall, is in the Gulf of Mexico! Be sure to check out Mote's latest podcast to learn more about that expedition and its importance to shark conservation:
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OCEARCH Dec 17
Right now is hanging out off the coast of Daytona Beach, FL where the water is in the upper 60s. That’s just on the warmer end of the sweet spot for white sharks, which we’ve observed over the years to be in the lower 60s.
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OCEARCH Dec 17
12’ 6” is the fourth of our tagged white sharks to ping off Florida’s coast this season. He is near Daytona Beach right now.
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White Shark Hal Dec 17
Getting close to and even a curmudgeon like me can get excited about space exploration. So many great astronauts have launched into space from this point. Can't wait to get a good look when I swim by.
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Great White Montauk Dec 17
“I know, up on top you are seeing great sights, but down here at the bottom we, too, should have rights.” - Dr. Seuss 🌊😘🦈
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OCEARCH Dec 17
"Katharine — and two other sharks who share her fondness for Florida — are lurking near" via by
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Inquisitive Twos Dec 16
I’m at Starbucks enjoying a coffee while reading student stories from last week. This one is creative and I love the connections she is making.
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Brooke Kanani Dec 17
Order today... I'll ship tomorrow! These juvenile white shark pendants are cute! Just like our juvenile shark pals!
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OCEARCH Dec 15
Looking for an awesome last minute holiday gift? Check out Captain Brett’s favorite pair of sunglasses, Caballitos. These shades provide superior protection from harsh glare and have a comfortable fit that won’t slip.
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OCEARCH Dec 14
A couple of shark pups on the tracker z-pinged today! Hopefully and Manhattan will give some better quality pings soon that actually let us know where they are.
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OCEARCH Dec 14
Another white shark is exploring the waters off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina. pinged heading southbound about 30 miles off the coast.
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Great White Montauk Dec 14
"There are always flowers for those who want to see them." - Henri Matisse 🌊😍🦈 photo:
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OCEARCH Dec 14
"Economic impact of U.S. commercial, recreational fishing remains strong" via The big takeaway here….commercial fishing is a multi-billion-dollar industry that provides millions of jobs.
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Mote Marine Lab Dec 14
Be sure to check out Mote's newest podcast with returning guest. Bob Hueter, as he explains shark tagging! 🦈
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