Location data maps path of great white shark crossing Atlantic

03/12/2014 | National Geographic News (free registration)

Marine biologists have successfully tracked a female great white shark across the Atlantic Ocean using a tracking device that transmits location data every time the shark's dorsal fin rises above the surface of the water. The 14-foot shark has traveled some 20,000 miles from Florida and is moving toward the U.K. coast.

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