One of the biggest extraordinary white sharks ever labeled was “pinged” close to Florida.
The female shark, named Unama’ki, pinged on Sunday off Vero Beach, at that point a few days after the fact off Key Largo. Two months prior, the shark was followed off Nova Scotia.
Ocearch said in a Facebook post in October that Unama’ki was making a comparative journey as two other enormous female incredible whites the group was tracking, and the expectation was she was pregnant and could lead researchers to where she gives birth.
Unama’ki is more than 15 feet in length and weighs more than 2,000 pounds.
Ocearch is a data-centric association that assists researchers by tracking oceanic wildlife, with labels on whales, dolphins, and turtles, notwithstanding sharks.
Ocearch offered a tracking page for Unama’ki, as well as two other incredible white sharks to follow: Luna and Lydia.