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Sometimes you can catch us making WHALEY silly faces! Ah... the life of a giant, filter feeding, remora companion 😆🐋🦈 📸Diving Koh Samui: The Dive AcadgtKv
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Eight years ago today I figured out how to Tweet with only my fins. The rest is twistory. -;() @OCEARCH
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Dr #EugenieClark was a highly revered authority in marine biology, particularly in the research and behavioural studies of sharks. Still diving into her 90’s she was an early pioneer of the developments of scuba diving. #AquaLung #SharkLady #MarineBiology
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Today @UnamakiShark is pinging in from the western edge of the Gulf Stream. It will be very interesting to see if she crosses back over to the eastern side or stays west all the way back up to Canada.
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Video captures huge basking shark closer up than you've ever seen cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-…
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If you're happy and you know it show your SMILE! 🌊😁🦈 DYK sharks don't have any bones? Our skeletons are made up of cartilage and our teeth are made of dentin - a hard calcified tissue that does NOT easily decompose. Dentin is harder and more dense than bone! 📸 Matt WallTaUE
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"To coastal and island Australian Aboriginal people the shark has long symbolized bravery, fearlessness and uncanny powers" - anthropologyfromtheshed.com/project/shark-… #FolkloreThursday
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We had a pretty cool guest join us for lunch! This osprey took his time enjoying what appears to be a spotted seatrout.
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It's a real shark party out there folks! Boys, girls, whites, and a mako! Looks like there are quite a few sharks hanging around the Florida Keys and into the Gulf of Mexico @NovaTheShark is a male white shark measuring 11 ft 6 in and 1,186 lbs. Party on friends 😍🦈ndk
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Aren't juvenile white sharks the CUTEST!? Did you know that female white sharks give birth to 2 to 10 (possibly 14) pups at a time! They measure in at around 4.4 ft to 5 ft in length and can fend for themselves once born 🌊😍lji
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Everyone give a big wave to Unama'ki! She's a beautiful mature female white shark measuring in at 15 ft 5 in and 2,076 lbs. She' one of my favs! Looks like she just made a B line inland towards Apalachicola National Forest! She's been swimming in the gulf since Oct 2019 😍🦈�ARA
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This #sharkweek, why not get to know some less well-known shark species? For example, this adorable horn shark we spotted swimming near our offices in La Jolla. Learn more about horn sharks from @MontereyAq bit.ly/32xmT3n
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DYK our teeth morph over time? I’m still too little (baby shark) to eat seals and larger prey, so my teeth are shaped for nom nomming on smaller fishies! 😬🦈#BabySharkas2P
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Today @MissMay_Shark is pinging close to shore a little north of Kitty Hawk North Carolina. She has been making steady progress north since the beginning of the month.
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If you could be a shark... ANY type of shark. What type of a SHARK would you be... and WHY?! 🤔🦈🙃 GO!#ThursdayThoughtshts (this should get interesting!)c3xN
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Hey, what's up? I've been swimming a lot and just enjoying summertime. What have you all been up to this summer?
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Check out this huge white shark hanging out in one of @MaryLeeShark’s old stomping grounds! bit.ly/2MXf8jx
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At 18' (5.5m) in length, the massive Scarboard is among Guadalupe's largest regular visitors. If you look carefully in front of her snout, you might notice the relatively tiny pilot fish accompanying her.
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Two similar sized male white sharks, @GWSharkCabot and @BrunswickShark, are hanging out together in the northern Gulf of Maine.
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Two years ago on this date, at 6:54 a.m., I pinged for the last time off the coast of New Jersey. Five years and nearly 40,000 miles of tracking by @OCEARCH since I was tagged Sept. 17, 2012, off of Cape Cod. What? I was supposed to change the batteries? Who knew? -;()
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Dear humans, Happy #WorldOceansDay! (Personally, I think you should celebrate oceans everyday. Without them, you wouldn't have me.)
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Who would have thought an ex-Alaskan crabbing vessel could be such an important resource for studying sharks? What an amazing ship!
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Watch how water temps progressively warm up off the east coast from the beginning of the year until now
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While out fishing yesterday in the Florida Keys, @barbiedoll0087 had a visitor. She says they encountered this large white shark about 6 miles off Geiger Key
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Happy #EarthDay everyone! DYK that around 1100 species of sharks and rays around the world, in saltwater and freshwater are facing extinction? Please help "Protect Our Species " every day by looking at the choices you humans make. They impact 🦈 like me, and the ocean!T
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Happy Earth Day! let's keep plastic out of our oceans so that sharks like me can live happily and healthily :) #earthday #cleanouroceans #beatplasticpollution
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Sea turtles are being born mostly female due to warming, via @NatGeo. bit.ly/2IFugPJ
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Believe it or not, no sharks means no fish sandwiches for us humans. As the balance keepers of the ocean, the apex predators keep the whole system in check.
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Ten followers away from 6000! Help me spread the word about us friendly sharks!!
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Making sure sharks are safe while they are in our care is extremely important to us. Here is how we test to make sure they are not being overly stressed while in the lift. @nyaquarium @TheWCS
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Looks like we may have a welcome party waiting for us in Savannah at the end of #ExpeditionNASFA! @WhiteSharkHal just pinged in about 70 miles off the coast.
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Yesterday was incredible! A weather window let us go about 40 miles offshore where we tagged a white shark named @MissMay_Shark & a tiger shark named @TigerSharkLando. #ExpeditionNASFA
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Check out these cable reinforced leaders Captain Brett makes ahead of each expedition. He spends hours weaving them because it’s safer for the sharks and easier on the crew.
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I'm singing in the sea, Just singing in the sea, What a glorious feeling, I'm hap-hap-haaaappy again! 🤣🐋#WhaleSharkWednesdayday P.S. Did you miss me?GXZ1
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In honor of GBR1 here’s some whale shark facts! Did you know that each whale shark’s spots are as unique as finger prints are on people and they can weigh up to 40 tons?!
The first ever whale shark SPOT tagged in the Great Barrier Reef, named GBR1, is making its way into the Solomon Sea. He was tagged by researchers at @BiopixelTV Oceans Foundation.
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Whale sharks are ovoviviparous, meaning they produce young from eggs which hatch inside their body! A female whale shark specimen was caught in 1996 and there were 300 babies inside of her! 😳🐋🦈#FinFactFridayrlX2Lb
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Here’s why it’s not as crazy as you might expect being on the platform with a white shark. We’ve worked hard to make the process as quick and safe for the shark as possible.
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Sharks have played a vital role in maintaining healthy oceans for hundreds of millions of years as a top predator. #ThrowbackThursday
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Look who’s back after a long silence...@MakoSharkOscar pinged off the coast of Maryland. We’ve been tracking him all over the Northwest Atlantic Ocean since 2015. Check out how far and wide he has traveled.
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Today @HiltonTheShark pinged in about 80 miles off the coast of Brunswick, Georgia. He is within 30 miles of the spot he pinged in on this day last year.
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There’s a new Australian tiger shark you can follow through the Great Barrier Reef on the OCEARCH Tracker. Zuza was tagged by @BiopixelTV Oceans Foundation and will send back important info on shark movements in the area.
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Whale sharks are the biggest fish in the ocean and now there’s a new one up and pinging on our tracker. The shark named GBR1 is the first whale shark SPOT-tagged on Australia’s east coast and is laying down tracks in the Great Barrier Reef. @GBRMarathon helped fund the tag.
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Right now @HiltonTheShark is pretty close to shore between Port Morien & Donkin on the north end of Nova Scotia
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Lurk may not be the right word here….but help @OCEARCH name the next shark like me! @thestarhalifax bit.ly/2QqDj7K
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