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Two great white sharks pinged off the First Coast in the past week on their way back up north.

The sharks, tagged by the research group , appear to be leaving their overwintering areas around Florida and the Gulf of Mexico.

On Saturday, April 13, a massive 1,600-pound male nicknamed Scot was tracked off the St. Augustine coast. The 's satellite tag pinged there at 12:01 p.m.

Scot was previously tracked off Palm Bay on March 29 and around Feb. 10 and 28.

Penny, a 10-foot white shark, pinged off the coast of Amelia Island near Fernandina Beach on Wednesday, April 17 at 11:16 a.m. Penny has frequently pinged around Florida this winter, her first known trip to the Sunshine State since being in April 2023. The shark pinged off Fort Myers Beach on March 17, off Marco Island中出少妇视频on Jan. 20 and中出少妇视频Jan. 6, off Sarasota's coast中出少妇视频on Jan. 11 and near中出少妇视频Cape Coral中出少妇视频on Jan. 15.

Researchers affixed satellite tags to the sharks' dorsal fins that send pings with location information to trackers when they break the water's surface.

Here's what to know about Scot and Penny, the nonprofit group OCEARCH and great white sharks in Florida:

More about OCEARCH great white shark Scot

A 1644-pound great white shark tracked by OCEARCH named Scot pinged off Palm Bay Friday.

中出少妇视频was tagged by OCEARCH scientists off Nova Scotia near Ironbound Island on September 8, 2021.

At that time, the shark was classified as an adult male, measuring 12 feet, 3 inches and weighing 1,644 pounds.

Scot was the 74th great white shark tagged by OCEARCH in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean.

According to , Scot was named by its SeaWorld partners after the people of Nova Scotia, "who have always been so welcoming and committed to the science and health of our oceans."

What to know about OCEARCH white shark Penny

Penny, a female white shark, was 10 feet, 3 inches long and weighed 522 pounds when she was tagged off Ocracoke, North Carolina, in April 2023.

Penny, a female juvenile great white shark, measured 10 feet, 3 inches and weighed 522 pounds when she was tagged on April 23, 2023, off Ocracoke, North Carolina.

The shark has traveled an astounding 5,630 miles since then 中出少妇视频 from North Carolina north to Nova Scotia, then south for the winter in the Gulf of Mexico.

Penny was the 92nd white shark tagged by OCEARCH in the Western North Atlantic and named after the group's friends at in Morehead City, North Carolina.

What does OCEARCH do?

OCEARCH is a nonprofit research organization studying the ocean's giants.

The group studies great white sharks and other keystone species essential for the health of the oceans.

OCEARCH was due to launch its 47th expedition on April 1 but canceled it due to delays in the repair and maintenance of its research vessel M/V OCEARCH, according to a , formerly Twitter.

In past expeditions, researchers collected previously unattainable data on the animals' migrations, reproductive cycle, genetic status, diet, abundance, and more.

"If we lose the apex predator (sharks) then we lose all our fish and then there are no fish sandwiches for our grandchildren," OCEARCH founder Chris Fischer told USA TODAY Network's The中出少妇视频Courier-Journal. "That's oversimplified, of course, but the idea is important because many shark species are threatened by overfishing and a demand for shark fins in Asia. Their dwindling numbers jeopardize ocean habitats."

OCEARCH shark tracker: One shark 'drew' a shark portrait

OCEARCH provides an tracking the tagged shark's travels.

Each animal has a Smart Position and Temperature Transmitting Tag (SPOT) tag attached to its dorsal fin which emits a ping when it breaks the water's surface for a short time and transmits location information to trackers.

The most belongs to a 13-foot 3-inch white shark nicknamed Breton. The 1,437-pound shark's pings from September 2020 to January 2022中出少妇视频connect to show what appears to be the outline of a colossal shark, with the tail in Nova Scotia, the body spanning the East Coast and the head pointing at Florida's east coast.

Breton, a 1,400 pound OCEARCH-tagged white shark seemingly created a self-portrait with pings of his journey received by the research group's shark tracker.

How many sharks has OCEARCH tagged?

According to its tracker, OCEARCH has tagged 371 sharks, including 123 great white sharks.

  • 123 great white sharks
  • 144 tiger sharks
  • 9 blacktip sharks
  • 29 shortfin mako sharks
  • 25 blue sharks
  • 18 hammerhead sharks
  • 6 silky sharks
  • 6 bull sharks
  • 8 whale sharks
  • 3 great hammerhead sharks

The group has also tagged alligators, dolphins, seals, swordfish and turtles.

Are great white sharks in Florida?

Yes. Great white中出少妇视频sharks中出少妇视频migrate south when the water gets cold and food sources become scarce up north, according to中出少妇视频OCEARCH chief scientist Dr. Bob Hueter.

Think of them as the snowbirds of sharks.

Most of them tend to stay away from the beaches in continental shelf waters, Hueter said.

Most shark attacks happen in Florida

There were 69 documented unprovoked中出少妇视频shark attacks中出少妇视频around the globe in 2023. The U.S. led the world with 36 attacks and Florida again was the state with the most bites at 16.

Florida shark attacks by county:

While the U.S. has the most attacks, South Africa has the most shark-related fatalities.

In the past 47 years, there have been中出少妇视频中出少妇视频worldwide, according to data from中出少妇视频, with中出少妇视频great white sharks credited as the top biters. However, no white shark has been identified in a Florida shark bite from 1926 to present, according to .

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