SHARK WATCH: Great White Shark ‘Katharine’ Near Florida Waters, Says OCEARCH

By  //  April 27, 2016

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14-foot, 2,300 pound shark

One of the most famed sharks, Katharine, is getting closer to Brevard’s waters. (Ocearch Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – One of the most famed sharks, Katharine, is getting closer to Brevard’s waters.

As one of Ocearch’s tagged Great White Sharks, the 14-footer was recently pinged back on Sunday near the Florida Georgia line.

In recent years, Katharine has made her way to Brevard County waters.

Since being tagged in 2013, the massive Great White has accumulated a total of 28,813 miles of swimming.

Her path trend is showing her moving away from the coast, however.


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OCEARCH is a recognized world leader in generating critical scientific data related to tracking (telemetry) and biological studies of keystone marine species such as great white sharks, in conjunction with conservation outreach and education at a measurable global scale.

In a collaborative environment established by Founding Chairman and Expedition Leader Chris Fischer, OCEARCH shares real-time data through OCEARCH’s Global Shark Tracker, inspires current and future generations of explorers, scientists, and stewards of the ocean, and enables leading researchers and institutions to generate previously unattainable data. OCEARCH has completed 22 expeditions as of September 2015; by 2016, a total of 26 will be completed.

ABOVE VIDEO: Tagging of the Great Shark ‘Katharine’ by Ocearch in 2013. (OCEARCH .Video)