A massive great white shark, being tracked by OCEARCH, pinged off the Gulf Coast of Florida on Thursday.
Scot, measuring 12.3 feet in length, pinged at 8:31 a.m., according to OCEARCH.
The 1,644-pound shark was tagged on Sept. 8, 2021, around Ironbound Island, Nova Scotia.
This massive creature traveled down the East Coast of the U.S., making the 3,910-mile trek in 119 days, according to OCEARCH.
OCEARCH said on its website that Scot was named by SeaWorld in honor of Nova Scotians.
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“He was named Scot after the people of Nova Scotia, who have always been so welcoming and committed to the science and health of our oceans,” OCEARCH said.