On the other hand, he was also realistic, and realized that the most likely scenario was that Nukumi would swim back to the United States.
However, Houter was in suspense and did not know exactly where Nukumi was, because his tracker’s last ‘ping’ came on April 11, somewhere in the middle of the ocean, east of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
Until now. In GPS tracker Map of Ocearch Turning off has not yet shown any signs of life, but has another tracker. To receive a signal from that first tracker, it is necessary for the nozzle to come to the surface and stay there for some time, thus making a connection with a satellite.
But Nukumi has other trackers that work without getting everywhere. Now a weak signal has been received, Frederick Molon told the author, indicating that Nukumi is once again swimming far north of the US coast.
So, wait to cross a white shark with a tracker. In 2014, a shark with an Osirich tracker named Lydia hit the Azores. They are part of Portugal, but they are still far from a real European coast.
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