Let's begin in South Africa:
Startling Great White discoveries
Scientists now know exactly how much time each shark spends waiting for takeaways at Seal Island. Long considered a mysterious monster from the deep, the great white shark is actually from the shallow — and no longer all that mysterious.
That’s according to a group of pioneering researchers who, using sophisticated electronic tracking equipment, have compiled the first-ever detailed swim-maps of several great white sharks in Mossel Bay.
So far this year five sharks — Zulu, Kiddo, Pasella, Roxanne and Sampla — have been fitted with electronic tags that show not only the shark’s position, but also its depth and the surrounding water temperature.