For the first time, a great white shark has been tracked on Long Island Sound. - HailNewsUp.com: provides the latest news from India and the world

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For the first time, a great white shark has been tracked on Long Island Sound.

For the first time, a great white shark has been tracked on Long Island Sound.
In the name of explorer John Cabot, Cabot was tracked in South Carolina and North Carolina in April and was taken to Delaware Bay last week.

Marine scientists said on Monday that the first great white sharks tracked in the Long Island Sound can be on the southern coast of Long Island.

After tagging in New Zealand, the ocean research organization, Greenwich, which tracks sharks, has discovered about 10 feet long sharks by four pings on the coast of Connecticut on Monday. Scotland 2018

"I have heard that a white shark did not ping the Long Island sound ... so, of course, I had to travel and send it in. Hi, Greenwich, how are you today?" He said in a tweet of Ocearch-run Twitter account for the Cabot.

In a tweet from Ocearch, "It's great to track @WhiteSharkCabot on Long Island's voice because it is unusual for the white shark to go into this area,"
Nominated for explorer John Cabot, Shark was tracked in South Carolina and North Carolina in April and was taken to Delaware Bay last week.

The organization said that with the news that he had entered the Long Island sound when the public ran to find their whereabouts, the online trackers of the otters were overloaded.

On Monday night, a spokesman for Ocearch told NBC News that the investigators were trying to find out whether the Cabot is still far north of Long Island, away from the coast of Connecticut, or if it goes southwards long The island

The spokesman said, "New search, we are trying to make sense, it has been shown south of Long Island." "This new information digs us deep into an effort to understand where the Cabot is.