ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Miss May decided to swing by this Easter holiday. She joins Caroline who arrived earlier this week.
Caroline, a 12-foot great white shark named, arrived in St. Augustine on Wednesday.
Ocearch reports Miss May, a 10-foot long white shark, pinged off the coast of Mayport on Friday.
As of Wednesday, the 1,348-pound Caroline last pinged about 20 miles off St. Augustine Beach.
After making a big lap around the NASFA region, @MissMay_Shark is pretty much right back where she was tagged off the coast of Mayport, FL, which she is named after. Looks like she’s going to see what @SharkCaroline is up to. pic.twitter.com/z28VkDDWaE — OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) April 19, 2019
Ocearch attached a tracking device so the sharks' movements will be tracked in real time whenever they surface.
Carolina was first tagged in February near Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Click here to see where Caroline and Miss May are now.
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