Posted: January 9, 2014With the proliferation of smartphones and Wi-Fi hotspots, a constant Internet connection on land is the new normal.
But now great white sharks are also wired in — and anyone with a smartphone can track their whereabouts off the California coast.
Shark Net, an app that is the brainchild of a team at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, uses the latest in marine animal tagging technology. It taps into a small network of satellite-enabled buoys that "listen" for specially tagged white sharks from the Farallon Islands to southern Big Sur.
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