Great White Sharks on the way to Florida for the winter
Researchers say great white sharks are now swimming towards South Florida’s coast in a long migration that started as far north as Canada. Data from Ocearch shows the tracking of the great whites moving south as colder weather settles in along the Canadian coast and the northeastern United States.
The coast of Florida is starting to heat up with white shark activity. Adult male @Sydney_TheShark is now the 3rd white shark we’ve tracked off the Sunshine State’s coast this season. He’s about 50 miles off Daytona Beach. pic.twitter.com/zSgVnxOQnb
— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) November 6, 2019
Reaching the Sunshine state is a normal part of white shark’s migrations, but our newly tagged sharks are giving us a better understanding of just how soon they can arrive. https://t.co/43wKuk2HCy
— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) November 7, 2019
Want more great stories like this? Sign up for alerts or daily digests at http://www.treasurecoast.com/