A great white shark that was spotted crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other is on its way to hold discussions with the board of directors at the Co-op Bank, according to the head of the expedition tracking it.
Last weekend, the satellite-tagged shark, called Lydia, crossed the mid-Atlantic ridge, with a team of scientists in hot pursuit on board the research vessel M/V Ocearch. They used a 34,000 kg capacity hydraulic platform, operated from the vessel, to lift the shark safely from the ocean so that researchers could search for clues as to its destination. The data linked the shark to the Co-op Bank’s communications centre in Manchester.
Posted: Mar 11th, 2014
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