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Great White Shark Spotted in Greenwich CT
Researchers claimed a great white shark has been tracked to the Long Island Sound for the first time in history.
Cabot, as it’s called as spotted off the coast of Greenwich Connecticut on Monday, according to OCEARCH, an organization that tracks marine life including sharks, dolphins and turtles. Cabot is a nearly 10-foot-long “sub-adult” male weighing about 533 pounds.
The shark, named Cabot, was spotted Monday morning off the coast of Greenwich, Connecticut, according to OCEARCH, USATODAY reported.
“I heard sending a ping from the Long Island Sound had never been done before by a white shark … so naturally I had to visit and send one off,” researchers tweeted using the shark’s handle @GWSharkCabot.
COMMENTS AND REACTIONS
There’s a Great White Shark heading towards the Outer Banks. EVERYBODY PANIC [Interesting] https://t.co/89YAVzwdxN
— JP Drake Enterprises (@JPDrakeEnt) May 21, 2019
In a circumstance similar to the iconic film Jaws, a great white shark — one of the most predatory types in the world — has been detected for the first time in an estuary on the Northeast U.S. coast. https://t.co/z9LvtfLIAf #USNews #USRC pic.twitter.com/oerh1HfETw
— U.S. Reality Check🗽 (@USRealityCheck) May 21, 2019
Just in time for summer… a great white shark detected in the Long Island Sound. The big guy is so popular he has a name – #Cabot – and his own twitter handle! @GWsharkcabot. tune in @FoxNews 1:40 EST w @HARRISFAULKNER for my next live report – we’ll see if a fin pops up! pic.twitter.com/KcGDP4oT5q
— Laura Ingle NOT Ingraham (@lauraingle) May 21, 2019