Fin the Tiger Shark
Welcome to the tracking page of Fin, a majestic tiger shark currently exploring the waters off the West Coast of Africa. With this page, you can follow the journey of Fin as he swims through the ocean and discover new adventures.
Using advanced GPS technology, we are able to track Fin's movements in real-time and provide you with updates on his location, distance traveled, and the depths he's exploring. This information will be updated regularly, so you can stay up-to-date with Fin's latest travels.
So sit back, relax, and join us on an adventure as we follow Fin on his travels through the ocean. Don't forget to share your journey with friends and family and be a part of the movement to protect our oceans and the incredible wildlife that call them home.
What are Tiger sharks?
The Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is a species of shark that inhabits tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world. With its distinctive stripes and large size, the Tiger Shark is one of the most recognizable species of shark. They can grow up to 18 feet in length and weigh up to 1,900 pounds! These predators are apex hunters and feed on a wide variety of prey, including seals, sea turtles, and even other species of shark.
Fun facts about the Tiger Sharks:
- The name "Tiger Shark" comes from their distinctive stripes which are most visible on young sharks and fade as they age.
- They are known for their insatiable appetites and will eat almost anything, leading to their nickname as the "wastebasket of the sea."
- Tiger Sharks are known for their aggressive behavior and are considered one of the most dangerous species of shark to humans.
- They are one of the few shark species that are known to mate and give birth in the same area, which is a unique behavior for sharks.
- The Tiger Shark is a slow and methodical swimmer, relying on its powerful sense of smell to find its prey.