Scientists have tracked a great white shark near Quebec in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.\nThe shark, named Brunswick, was previously spotted off Quebec's Îles de la Madeleine.\nBrunswick has moved farther north than any other great white in recorded history.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nScientists have been tracking Brunswick, a great white shark, with great interest since May. The 8 foot 9, 431 pound giant has, slowly but surely, made his way towards Quebec, where no great white shark has ever been recorded before.\nScientists first became aware of the unusual shark back in February, when they tagged him off the coast of Brunswick, Georgia.\nSince then, the shark has travelled north, making headlines for reaching the Gulf of Saint-Lawrence a few kilometres off the coast of les Îles de la Madeleine in Quebec.\nNow, the shark has apparently moved deeper into the St. Lawrence Gulf. This is according to Ocearch, an organization that tracks marine life and large predators to study their movements and feeding habits.\nThe Montreal Gazette reports that the shark is indeed travelling northwest in the Gulf of Saint-Lawrence. It has been a few days since we last knew the shark's exact location, but, if he is moving northwest, chances are that he is heading more toward the mainland.\nThe shark most recently pinged on August 20 at 6:54 p.m., but he did not surface long enough to get a reading. However, Osearch states that he is "pinging deep in the Gulf of St. Lawrence."\nIt’s been fascinating watching @BrunswickShark. We tagged him earlier this year off the coast of South Carolina and now he’s pinging deep in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. He’s laying down the first white shark tracks we’ve seen here. pic.twitter.com/y2xD0Qo9Zx— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) August 20, 2019\nYou can actually track Brunswick's ocean odyssey, too, by using Osearch's tracking app. The app isn't perfect, so visitors to the site have to show patience.\nOf course, like any viral star, Brunswick has his own Twitter handle. And he uses it to post inspiring messages for fans.\nYou know what they say, why swim in another shark’s wake when you can swim your own path? #sharks #saveourspecies #ocearch pic.twitter.com/YSQ528ewXK— Brunswick the Shark (@BrunswickShark) August 20, 2019\n\nKeep on swimming on, Brunswick. But maybe, like, not too close to the beaches please and thank you.\nREAD ALSO: Huge Fire Engulfs Apartment Building In The Plateau (Video)\nIf you want to check out more pics and videos of Brunswick and other tagged sharks on Ocearch's Instagram, click here.\nBrunswick does have his own Instagram site here, but there aren't too many regular updates.