FORT PIERCE, Fla. (WSVN) — Birds aren’t the only ones heading south for the winter.
According to OCEARCH, three great white sharks are currently swimming down the coast of the Sunshine State.
Katharine, a 14-foot, 2,300-pound great white, popped up near Fort Pierce on Wednesday. She was last tagged near Melbourne on Nov. 23.
Nova, an 11.5-foot, 1,186 pound shark, also pinged near Daytona Beach on Thursday, while a 12.5-foot shark named Jefferson popped up near St. Augustine just this past Saturday.
The three great whites aren’t the only sharks seeking out warmer waters.
Hal, a 12.5-foot, 1420-pound great white shark, appears to be heading south and is currently off the coast of South Carolina.
Meanwhile, a 9.5-foot, 533-pound great white named Cabot is also coming down and last pinged off the coast of North Carolina.
And Demott, an 11.42-foot tiger shark, pinged near Melbourne on Nov. 21.
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