The tags, also known as acoustic devices, can be detected by floating buoys and help with public safety.
"In 12 years of working on the Eyre Peninsula, I've never seen a young shark come ashore," researcher Dirk Holman told Newsweek.
Because so little is known about humpback whales, experts are currently debating whether or not they should drag the carcass to sea, or use it for research.
One of the great white sharks that was spotted feeding off the whale measured more than 17 feet in length.
Since being tagged in Canadian waters in 2020, the 13-foot-long shark has traveled thousands of miles.
"It started coming up and I said, 'Oh my God, it's a great white,'" the boat captain Jeff Warford said.
Populations of the apex predator are growing in California waters, a new study has indicated.
"This act is illegal on a number of accounts," non-profit organization White Shark Conservation Trust said.
Great white sharks seem to be too scared to return to one of their feeding grounds off the coast of South Africa.
The woman tried to pull her husband up into their boat but she was unable to and "he sank beneath the waves."
Andrew Sharpe was killed by a great white shark while surfing with friends on October 9.
Large numbers of great white sharks gather in the waters off the the Canadian province every year in the late summer and fall.
Over the past decade, the waters off Cape Cod have become one of the world's great white shark hotspots.
Chris Black, an Australian shark expert, said the attack was a "freak incident."
Researchers conducted the first ever detailed study of the diets of great whites off the east coast of Australia.
Unama'ki turned away from the waters off the eastern U.S. coast and started heading deeper into the ocean at the start of April.
The mature female began moving away from the U.S. east coast at the start of April.
Researchers say the journey could reveal a new white shark nursery.
The shark was tagged by marine research non-profit OCEARCH in the waters off Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Since he was tagged last October, Ironbound has traveled over 2,700 miles.
Unama'ki has been in the Gulf of Mexico since October and now appears to be inching closer to the Florida coast. Researchers hope she will lead them to a new white shark nursery.
The female shark measures around 15 feet and 5 inches in length and weighs more than 2,000 pounds.
Killer whales had been hunting great whites in the bay and eating their livers.
Non-profit OCEARCH has been tagging sharks since 2007, revealing fascinating insights into their behavior.
Kiss, the rock icons, boarded a cruise in Australia to play for a very specific audience: great white sharks.
The shark is named after the famed Italian explorer John Cabot.
Non-profit OCEARCH tagged the shark with a monitoring device in September earlier this year.
Researchers monitored nearly 300 sharks over the course of more than four years.
The video was captured by a team of researchers from the non-profit Atlantic White Shark Conservancy.
A marine biologist says the footage of the sharks hunting is the best his team has ever captured.