SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) – - A shark named Mary Lee whose movements were followed by many Georgians has gone silent, but a male great white shark is now being tracked off the coast.
The Savannah Morning News reports that the male shark named Hilton is revealing its migrations and a steady stream of locations via satellite.
The newspaper reports that both sharks are among the 33 great white sharks tagged so far along the East Coast by Ocearch, a nonprofit whose scientific expertise paired with social media have made the once-reviled great whites relatable.
Ocearch catches the sharks, outfits them with satellite tags, names them and invites the public to track them in real time on its website.
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