Unamaki “caged” Kimi Largo, south of ET, at 5:46 a.m. Thursday (November 5), meaning its hollow fin broke the water’s surface, sending a signal to a satellite, alerting researchers. Of its locations, According to a previous Florida Today article.
Unamaki was first tagged in Nova Scotia in September; In the indigenous language of the Micmac people, his name means “Land of Mist.” At 15 feet and 5 inches (4.7 m) long and weighing 2,076 pounds (942 kg), it is by far the second largest white shark tagged by Osiris, a large for-profit organization Tags and tracks marine animals.
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But he is not the dominant animal there. Great white sharks are the largest predatory fish on the planet and grow breasts up to 15 feet (4.6 m), According to National Geographic. Many weigh up to 5,000 pounds. (2,268 kg) and more than 20 feet (6 m) to climb.
One month ago, researchers with Osark discovered and tagged a 17-foot-long (5-meter) heavy female female Great White Shark – which weighed 3,541 pounds. (1,606 kg) – from the coast of Nova Scotia, which they called the “Queen of the Sea.” According to previous live science reports. She was officially nicknamed Nukumi after a famous intelligent grandmother of the native Mikmak people.
Great whites are classified as “weak.” International Union for Conservation of Nature. According to Osiris, as the world’s top predator, “great white sharks are central to the functioning of ecosystems and the conservation of biodiversity.”
Researchers hope that Unamaki will take them to the place where they give birth and thus uncover an unknown white shark nursery. ਅਨੁਸਾਰAccording to the search.
But the address of the great white shark is not always clear. Magnificent sea creatures can only be detected when they break through the surface, and each shark spends a different amount of time on the surface, according to Osar.
You can track Unamaki’s whereabouts, or at least every time she breaks the surface, Here.
Originally published on Live Science.