2 male nice white sharks have traveled 1000’s of miles collectively and nobody is aware of why

Two nice white sharks appear to be following one another all the best way from the southeast U.S. to Canada. Nice white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) are normally solitary animals and journey huge distances alone. So the pair’s 4,000-mile (6,400 kilometers) swim collectively has left scientists puzzled. 

“White sharks lead a really solitary existence,” Robert Hueter, a shark scientist on the nonprofit group OCEARCH that tagged the pair, stated in a video posted to Fb. “We do not actually count on to see these white sharks staying collectively.”

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