OCEARCH Reports News About Betsy, Lydia and Rizzilient!!


 OCEARCH’s  Nick Whitney, Ph.D of Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium states, “Our long lost accelerometer has detached from Betsy and is pinging in after 112 days. The accelerometer battery should’ve kept it recording for at least the first 2-3 weeks, meaning this thing is floating around carrying about 150 MILLION data points of information if we can get it back. That’s what I mean by gold mine!” 

OCEARCH is looking for help to recover this tag!
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OCEARCH has also reported that 2000lb 14ft #WhiteShark Lydia is hot on 84lb 5ft#MakoShark Rizzilient heels. It is amazing to see these two sharks taking the same path. What do you think they are doing out there? WWW.OCEARCH.COM