The researchers from OCEARCH have spent the summer tagging sharks off Cape Cod. Now you can track the movement of each tagged shark online.
OCEARCH has provided a free, regularly updated worldwide map online showing the most recent locations of tagged sharks. In most cases, a device is secured to each shark’s dorsal fin, and when the fin breaks the water it sends a signal transmitting its location. When OCEARCH receives a signal from a shark, the information is updated on the map. And clicking on each shark’s button pulls up information about it.
To check out the map visit OCEARCH by CLICKING HERE.
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Dan Mathers Dan Mathers is a freelance writer and editor. He is a former associate editor for Offshore magazine, and his work has been published in Backpacker, Cape Cod Life, Adirondack Life, South Shore Living and more. For more information, visit DanMathersFreelance.com