Huge 11ft great white shark is spotted after tracker reveals shocking number of monster fish swimming near US beaches

Huge 11ft great white shark is spotted after tracker reveals shocking number of monster fish swimming near US beaches

A HUGE 11ft great white shark was spotted near a US beach by a tracker used to look at how close the beasts come to our coasts.

The tracer, managed by the non-profit Ocearch, helps scientists and citizens stay updated on marine wildlife.

The tracker managed by the non-profit Ocearch
The tracker managed by the non-profit Ocearch
Scot, one of the active great white sharks, was seen near South Carolina
Scot, one of the active great white sharks, was seen near South CarolinaCredit: OCEARCH/Chris Ross
Andromache  a smaller shark who is 10ft,  was seen near Rhode Island
Andromache a smaller shark who is 10ft, was seen near Rhode IslandCredit: OCEARCH/Chris Ross

As June 2022 draws to a close, multiple great white sharks have been spotted near US beaches. The majority of these sightings have been on the East Coast.

On June 16, 2022, Ocearch tracked a great white shark named Andromache. He was spotted near Rhode Island.

Andromache is 10ft and 8in. The tracker picked up on his tag signal at 5.09 a.m.

The next day, Crystal, a great white shark who is 10ft and weights 460lb, was spotted near Maine.

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Her tag’s signal sent location data to Ocearch at 4.53 p.m.

Another great white, named Maple, was spotted approximately 185 miles offshore of New Jersey, the non-profit announced on Twitter.

Maple, who is 11ft and 7in, has been tracked by Ocearch since September 2021. The organization said that since then, she had traveled approximately 4,800 miles.

Freya, a great white shark, was spotted on Father’s Day. The shark was spotted approximately three miles from Pea Island, North Carolina.

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Also, another great white shark named Scot was spotted on Father’s Day.

Scot is 12ft and was seen near South Carolina.

Even though some sharks have come close to the shore, they will unlikely to interact with humans.

Newsweek reported only 47 shark attacks across the US in 2021. From those attacks, one death was reported.

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These five sharks are the most active, according to Ocearch’s shark tracker data. Other sharks have also been tagged, but the non-profit hasn’t received updated data for them.

The organization also trackers dolphins and other shark species.

Freya was spotted on Father's Day near three miles away from Pea Island,  North Carolina
Freya was spotted on Father’s Day near three miles away from Pea Island, North CarolinaCredit: OCEARCH/Chris Ross
Crystal, another active great white shark, was relaxing on a wooden plank underwater
Crystal, another active great white shark, was relaxing on a wooden plank underwaterCredit: OCEARCH/Chris Ross
Maple has travel approximately 5,000 miles since she was first tagged last year
Maple has travel approximately 5,000 miles since she was first tagged last yearCredit: OCEARCH/Chris Ross

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