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Where Is a Lion a Shark? In the Savannas of the Sea

Mtumbwi hauwezi kujua panapokuwa pamejaa maji. (Swahili) The dugout canoe does not know the depth of the water. (English) So believe the Hangaza, an ethnic group living along Lake Victoria near Tan...


Great white shark tracker: Mary Lee surfaces off Island Beach State Park

OCEARCH's tagged apex predator and the now famous @MaryLeeShark has been spotted just off the a few miles from Long Beach Island, according to the nonprofit's shark tracker. Screw swimming in the ocean......16 ft and 3500 lbs: Mary Lee, the Great White Shark !


areal photos of sharks along coastlines | Great White Shark Tracker: Sharks Return To Beaches, ‘Much More ...

from Mail Online

Is great white shark headed for Britain carrying pups?

Is Lydia the great white shark PREGNANT? Tagged fish may be looking for a 'nursery' in the Mediterranean. Record breaker: The deadly predator has become the first tagged shark of its species to cross the Mid Atlantic Ridge, an enormous underwater mountain range under the ocean. She is currently swimming to the west (pictured)


Katharine the great white shark tops 10,000 miles

Are you the shark expert OCEARCH is looking for? Take our Shark Quiz and separate facts from fiction for a chance to join OCEARCH on a shark-tagging expedition and win Costa OCEARCH gear.


Mote scientists tag third great white shark | Mote scientist Nick Whitney, right, tags Lydia the great white shark. (Photo by Robert Snow / Ocearch / Provided by Mote Marine)


After spending the summer and fall in the Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Katharine has made a determined move south. She is cruising the New Jersey coast approx. 50 miles off shore. The MA Marine Fisheries acoustic receivers in the Chatham, Massachusetts area got detections from Genie on 11/9 and Betsy on 10/27. Do you think Genie and Betsy will continue to hang out off Nantucket, Massachusetts or will they follow Katharine south to Jacksonville, Florida?