15-foot shark spotted off the coast of St. Augustine


ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Watch out, Henry Flagler! 

A large shark was spotted on Tuesday about 25 miles off the coast of St. Augustine, FL, research organization Ocearch said. 

The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission estimated the shark was between 12 and 15 feet long.

 Hilton, a 1,326-pound white shark, pings near Jacksonville Beach

Ocearch has a new tagging expedition planned in February off the Atlantic coast, from Myrtle Beach to Jacksonville, Florida, Fox Carolina reports.  

Click here to view the live tracker map. 

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