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The Largest White Shark To Be Spotted and Tagged in a Australian Beach

Apr 18 2014, 2:36pm CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

Australian Joan of Shark was first spotted in a beach. This appearance triggered the attention of authorities who managed to place a tracking system in her stomach...

The Largest White Shark To Be Spotted and Tagged in a Australian Beach
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The Largest White Shark To Be Spotted and Tagged in a Australian Beach

In its first time, a great white shark has been spotted a bit too close in a popular beach. This happened in Australia where fishermen said that it was less than a meter away from their vessel. According to the name given, the Australian Joan of Shark triggered officials to close the beach as a form of keeping all folks off. The mammoth Shark is one of the leading predators that attack folks in oceans and other water bodies.

In terms of length, Australian Joan of Shark is the longest white shark to be spotted ever in oceans with a length of 16 feets. The extraordinary Shark weighs 1.8 tons and definitely morning swimmers can always keep off from running into her. How did it happen to the one who spotted the Australian Joan of Shark? Who exactly came across the huge white shark underwater? These are some of the questions the general public is asking as she looks like something that is not found on earth.

The length and weight of the Shark surprise to a great deal. NBC News indicated that it was a local fisherman who spotted the white shark plus awarding her the nickname. Beach authorities can immediately detect once the Shark is in the area. For the Australian Joan of Shark, her appearance triggered alerts from the satellite. As a result, the signals managed to put off the Shark off the Albany shore, Western Australia. Usually, electronic devices keep track of white sharks in the ocean and Joan of Shark has appeared to be the largest ever to be witnessed.

Normally, whenever such a creature is spotted the public is warned from approaching the waters. She may turn to be so dangerous to anybody closer the shore. After establishing her exact location in the waters, authorities caught the Joan of Shark and tagged her externally with a tracking device. The device was injected into the Shark’s body courtesy of authorities in a way of enabling her tracking. Technology has done a great job to keep on tracking such sharks in our waters. As of now, the tracking device is placed in the great white Shark’s stomach.

 

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