Already on a journey that lasts 103 days, the shark has And FIG
13,066 miles off the coast of Canada will lead to the Gulf of Mexico. OCEARCH, a non-profit organization, has been tracking the shark’s journey since its discovery on September 29, 2019. A Notice
On social media, the organization confirmed that the shark had been found in Miami.
Researchers hope that shark travel will lead to the discovery of larger sharks. They are a Vulnerable population
The World Wildlife Fund is just one step away from extinction.
“As a very mature female, Unamaki has the ability to lead us to the site where she gives birth and to open a new white shark nursery,” OCEARCH Said
On its website.
Technically, the shark weighs 2,076 pounds.
The first shark to be found on the island of Scatari is called Unamaki, which means “Land of fog
“To the locals in Nova Scotia.
The 15-foot-5-inch is the second largest white shark tagged by OGEARCH in the CNN affiliate Northwest Atlantic Ocean. WSOC-TV
Unamaki was traveling on the east coast from its original location in Nova Scotia. In October 2019, she was found 50 miles outside Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and has since been found on North Carolina, Virginia Beach, and near Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Her size increases compared to other sharks recently discovered. Researchers last month Found
Another female white shark from Nova Scotia weighing 3,541 pounds.
That could be the rest of Unamaki’s journey Tracked online
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