Rosie The Great White Shark off Pinellas coast. Oh, man, I’m going paddle boarding today ! Last week, it was Scot the shark, today it’s Rosie! She’s a juvenile Great White that is likely still in the area, according to OCEARCH tracking system. If you see her, you’ll know it’s her. Rosie tips the scale at about 600 pounds, and is about 10 feet long, plus a little. Rosie was tagged near Rose Bay in Nova Scotia in 2020. So, she’s considered a Snow Bird? She’s our first Great White Shark off Pinellas coast.
Her last ping was just after 7am Saturday. The ping happens whenever a tagged shark breaks the surface. Her tracker shows she’s been up and down the east coast until last month. Both she and Scot have wandered over the the best coast (west coast) ; ) in my opinion. Glad to have you guys!
White shark Rose is currently off of Saint Petersburg, Florida! We met this female, juvenile white shark in October 2020 and she's traveled over 9,000 miles since. Track Rose's movements alongside our science team: https://t.co/p15aG6DmMD#OCEARCH #FactsOverFear #WhiteShark pic.twitter.com/1x353YYEeB— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) March 27, 2022
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