Global Shark Tracker


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/02/13/global-shark-tracker.html


#2

What’s the point? Aside from feeding the egos of these pop-scientists, it doesn’t seem to provide much scientific or safety information. It only seems to encourage the Shark Week fueled exploitation of great whites and feed people’s fear.


#3

iSimangaliso

*Last ping: Feb 12 at 06:29 PM
*Did not surface long enough to get location

You know what’s going on there, right? Stayin’ outta sight! They’re on to us, man!


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#5

I could think of alternate uses…


#6

There’s a whole east coast/west coast ha ha ha we don’t have any sharks on our beaches thing.


#7

The furthest inland shark attack in the US was in Rahway NJ.

The furthest inland shark captured in the US was in Alton IL :scream:


#8

Never be caught unawares by a shark again…

I know, right? That can be so embarrassing.


#9

It must be Soviet Russia if Shark Catches You.


#10

The Gateway Arch was originally a shark lookout.

Budget cuts.


#11

wait…can these pings be hacked? i have a broken legrope and half a block of sex wax for anyone who can give tamarama beach a few pings for 5-metre great white sharks. that should clear the lineup.


#12

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