GREAT WHITE SHARK: ‘Brunswick’ Lurks in Atlantic Waters off Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach

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OCEARCH: 'Brunswick' first tagged in February 2019 off Hilton Head, South Carolina

An 8-foot, 9-inch, 432-pound male white shark nicknamed “Brunswick” pinged several times near Port Canaveral in the past week, according to OCEARCH Global Tracking Central officials. Brunswick was first tagged in February 2019 off Hilton Head, South Carolina. (Robert Snow, OCEARCH image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – An 8-foot, 9-inch, 432-pound male white shark nicknamed “Brunswick” pinged several times near Port Canaveral in the past week, according to OCEARCH Global Tracking Central officials.

Brunswick pinged five times off Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and twice off Cocoa Beach.

The latest ping was Sunday morning off Satellite Beach.

Brunswick was first tagged in February 2019 off Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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An 8-foot, 9-inch, 432-pound male white shark nicknamed “Brunswick” pinged several times near Port Canaveral in the past week, according to OCEARCH Global Tracking Central officials.
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