16-foot Great White Shark makes a stop off the coast of the Outer Banks
HYDE COUNTY, N.C. (WCTI) — A 16-foot long Great White Shark’s tracking beacon shows the fish made a visit to Eastern Carolina’s Pamlico Sound on Monday afternoon.
The shark crossed through the Ocracoke Inlet Monday afternoon and then left by the same route Monday evening, according to WCTI.
The OCEARCH Global Shark Tracker showed Monday afternoon that “Mary Lee” was on the northwest part of Ocracoke Island.
“Mary Lee” is described as a 16-foot long mature female Great White Shark weighing 3,456 pounds. She was tagged on September 17, 2012.
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