Is the star of Sea teeth Which is visiting European shores. Her name is Nukmi (which means “in grandmother’s mimic language”). It is a female of over 5 meters and over 1.6 tons. Ocearch Foundation oceanographers equipped him with GPS last October while he was off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.
“Getting to know big female white sharks, such as Nukmis, is spending significant time outside the waters of the US and Canada, indicating that we must engage with exotic fishing fleets across the North Atlantic.” – @Chrischarch
Track Nuke: https://t.co/UUojMOXSfX pic.twitter.com/yr2kctDjkl
– OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) April 29, 2021
In this area, she can find many seals, a prediction that suits the cases of fishermen in the area, allowing them to keep some fish for themselves.
But now, since February, he has changed his route and decided to cross the Atlantic towards Europe. He also passed the submarine ridge located in the middle of the sea: a barrier that usually lured his comrades by European adventure. Even if it has happened in the past.
Nukumi is heading for Europe, but has no worries about summer swimming on this side of the Atlantic. University of Florida was dependent on its World file In 2020, 57 attacks, including 10 fatalities, occurred in Australia, the United States, or South Africa. Along the mainland French shores, there are only five known attacks in 174 years. But with climate change, ocean currents, ecosystems, species change and speed. And therefore follow larger predators.
Nukumi’s last known status was from the Azores in mid-April. a Website Allows you to follow it. Since then, he has dived, we can no longer see his mark, so we have to wait for him to rise slightly on the surface to know if it turns around or if it is still coming close to our shores. is. Even if it entered the Mediterranean Sea.
Like lost gray whales in the Mediterranean Sea in recent times, there can be many reasons that baffle these animals from their favorite region. Little lost, diseases, Underwater noise To distract them, but also hunger. According to a study published in the journal Nature Last January, the shark population plummeted by 70% in 50 years, largely due to intensive fishing. Not just because they are trapped in the trap, but because there is nothing else to eat where they used to dine.
but creatures Those who follow Nukmi think there is another reason. She is pregnant and has therefore moved away from those who can blame her youth: other men like white sharks. Or the great hunter of the sea: killer whales, even if the film Save willie He was made better than the great white shark.
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