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Giant white shark approaching the American coastline, but no reason to panic

Animals A great white shark, longer than a Volkswagen Beetle, is approaching the coastal areas of South Carolina in the eastern United States. That is not uncom

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Giant white shark approaching the American coastline, but no reason to panic
Animals A great white shark, longer than a Volkswagen Beetle, is approaching the coastal areas of South Carolina in the eastern United States. That is not uncommon and there is nothing to fear, according to the independent organization Ocearch.

it was The same organization that reported that the impressive mensenhaai moves towards an undersea plateau about 130 kilometers of South-Carolina. And that know the organization because they are the shark - that the name Luna was given in October 2018 ving, a tracker is provided, and then back off.

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got the shark a personal twitter profiles where its fans regularly informs about its activities. “Hello all,” she writes. “I'm back (...)! This is the perfect place to watch what's on the menu." The photo that her message accompanies it, indicates that they the American city of Charleston is approaching.

Luna the shark

Luna is a white shark, and with a weight of no less than 969 kg and a length of 4.6 metres (a Volkswagen Beetle is only 4,13 metres long), the female shark is the second largest ever caught and chipped by Ocearch. That happened near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (Canada). Now swim Luna a little further away in the south.

And later, she will probably return to the north. Because since they are chipped, swims the shark continuously from north to south: from North Carolina to Florida and in between even South Carolina and Georgia. And Luna is not the only route. From the data of the independent organisation suggests that several sharks in the region lookup: Cabot, Caroline and Katharine, Miss May, and Jefferson are just a few of the sharks that Luna currently accompany.

Surprise nor danger

The popular region is also known as the ‘Northwest Atlantic Shared Foraging Area (NASFA), an area where the sharks know that they are there to eat. That Luna there rondzwemt is in other words no surprise.

And its presence is also no danger for the people that are in the water car. Despite their ubiquity in the vicinity of the densely populated coastline includes the sharks people rarely difficult. Research from the University of Florida suggests that the number of haaienaanvallen declined in 2018. In the United States was in that year, only one haaienaanval with death, and that took place in Massachusetts, a cut above North Carolina.

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