The great white shark "Katharine" has been spending much of her time off the coast of North Carolina, according to the tracking site OCEARCH.
Pings from the tracking device have been coming from the waters off North Carolina throughout the winter months.
As recently as 9:38 a.m. Friday, a ping from Katharine was received near Ocracoke Island.
Click the related link to see where else Katharine has been this winter.
A research team is tracking a great white shark off our coast.
Ocearch reports that 'Katharine' at 5:30 a.m. Monday was south of Cape Lookout.
The 2300 pound female was caught on August 20th near Cape Cod, tagged and then released.
Since then, 'Katharine' has traveled 1183 miles. According to her track, the great white was just off Cape Lookout Friday night.
Last Winter, 'Mary Lee' made news when the 3,456 pound great white was tracked possibly going into the Pamlico Sound.
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