A great white shark has been spotted hanging around the Gulf of St Lawrence, a few kilometres off the coast of les Îles de la Madeleine or the Magdalen Islands in Quebec.\nDuh nuh......duh nuh... duh nuh duh nuh duh nuh...\nYes, that was the Jaws theme song.\nThis is the first time a great white has been spotted so close to Quebec! It's all kind of exciting.\nBrunswick, yes his name is Brunswick, has been tracked with a satellite chip by the non-profit organization Ocearch since February.\n"Brunswick is laying down some brand new tracks in an area we’ve never tracked a white shark to before."\nThis hefty guy weighs in at 431 pounds and measures 8' and 9". Look at the size of him! It has to be amazing to be so close to this predator.\nView this post on Instagram What is up everybody? Check this out. I just met these dope divers that look tiny next to me. I mean I am the 5th largest living animal. Fun fact, I weigh 431lbs and I am 8ft and 9in long. This picture was taken by Tybee Island. I’m embarrassed I was in Georgia tbh but the mammal population here is too good to pass up. Snacks are everywhere! Feb 28, 2019 7:07pm A post shared by Brunswick (@brun_brun_the_shark_slaya) on Apr 11, 2019 at 1:10pm PDT\nBrunswick was given his moniker after the Georgia town he was first spotted by. Since then he's been shaking his tail and moving along the Atlantic coast. Just last month he was over visiting Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick.\nREAD MORE: You Can Watch Bohemian Rhapsody Under The Stars For Free In Montreal This Week\nOcearch tracks marine life and large predators to study their movements and feeding habits. You can actually track Brunswick's ocean odyssey, too, just check out the tracking app. It does tend to glitch, so you may have to be patient.\nJe pense que je suis le seul requin bilingue sur Twitter. Ai-je tort? #requins #sauvernotreespece #ocearch pic.twitter.com/zD5c7FzoRJ— Brunswick the Shark (@BrunswickShark) July 12, 2019\nBrunswick also prides himself on speaking both official languages: English and French!\n"I think I'm the only bilingual shark on Twitter. Am I wrong?"\nView this post on Instagram I have the illest set of teeth. I have hundreds in several rows. I can loose up to 1,000 teeth in a lifespan. This are vital to my hunting behaviors and make a prime predator. Along with my speed, going up to 35mph. This picture was taken at Hilton Head Island. I felt like a vacation and they have a great selection of turtles. This was taken at 11:00am on February 28, 2019. Swimming close to the surface as usual. A post shared by Brunswick (@brun_brun_the_shark_slaya) on Apr 11, 2019 at 1:35pm PDT\nThese amazing hunters are nearly on the cusp of being labelled endangered due to overfishing. Great whites are at the top of their marine food chain with only Orcas posing a possible threat.\nIf you want to check out more pics and videos of Brunswick and other tagged sharks on Ocearch's Instagram, click here.\nLike any star, Brunswick does have his own Instagram site here, but there aren't too many regular updates.