ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (WSVN) – Birds aren’t the only ones heading south for the winter.
According to OCEARCH, four great white sharks are currently swimming down the coast of the Sunshine State.
Cabot, a 9 foot, 8 inch shark weighing 533 pounds was pinged near St. Augustine Monday. Cabot was last tracked off the coast of North Carolina last month.
Sydney, a 12 foot 2 inch shark weighing 1,124 pounds was tracked off the coast of Jacksonville on Sunday. Also pinging in the same area was Ironbound, a 12 foot 4 inch shark weighing 998 pounds.
Ironbound was tracked in that area on Wednesday.
Also joining his aquatic friends is an 11.5-foot, 1,186 pound shark, named Nova. Nova pinged just north of Daytona Beach on Wednesday
The four great whites aren’t the only sharks seeking out warmer waters.
Lando, a 10-foot, 465 pound tiger shark pinged near Palm Coast last Tuesday.
Miss May, a 10-foot great white pinged off the coast of Georgia on Dec. 1 and Brunswick, an 8 foot, 9 inch great white was tracked off the coast of South Carolina on Monday.
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