A 3,500-Pound Great White Shark Is Swimming Up And Down The East Coast
Great white sharks live throughout the oceans of the world, anywhere the water is between 54 and 75 degrees. They aren't uncommon off the coast of the U.S.The researchers have posted all the GPS data from the sharks they track online, where you can see the latest blip from the trackers on a map, and dive into any individual shark's previous blips, which indicate where they have been in the past.
A second female shark, name Genie, was also tagged in Cape Cod, and has since settled off the coast of South Carolina. The rest of the sharks that have been tagged by the researchers are hanging out at the tip of South Africa or near Madagascar. Take a look at the map for yourself. Here's the latest:
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