Six days ago a Great White named Savannah, who is being tracked by Ocearch.org pinged offshore near the Crystal River area in the Gulf of Mexico.
She was tagged in Nova Scotia and has traveled over 4,000 miles since she was tagged in March 2017.
The tracking device “pings” when the shark surfaces long enough to get a signal to a satellite.
Pretty awesome to think that the shark is swimming an average of 14-15 miles per day.
Great Whites are more well known in colder waters but it is not un-common to find them off the coast of Florida.
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