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The team from OCEARCH worked with Massachusetts state marine biologists to put satellite tags on two great white sharks off the coast of Chatham last September.
A marine biologist from Massachusetts has taken his work to Florida, where he is helping a team tag great white sharks in order to learn about their behavior.
Police asked people to stay out of the water in Jacksonville while the Great White Sharks were around.
Scientists tracking a couple of Great White Sharks that spent part of the summer off Cape Cod say the sharks have turned up off the coast of Florida.
The scientists with OCEARCH thought the first shark they caught was big, until then they hooked number 2; a 16-foot, 3500-lb. female Great White.
Researchers on Cape Cod are celebrating a “monumental leap forward in the science of the great white shark.”
The 125-foot vessel called the OCEARCH is anchored three miles off the Chatham shoreline. They use a unique method to tag and track sharks.
The crew on the 125 foot research vessel OCEARCH travels the globe to tag great white sharks and learn about them.
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