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Great White Shark by Biscayne National Park

The shark named Katharine was last tracked Sunday at 11:05 a.m.

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    OCEARCH
    Katharine the shark has been slowly making her way down Florida's east coast.

    Researchers are tracking a great white shark that has been making its way through South Florida waters.

    The shark, named Katharine by nonprofit shark research group OCEARCH, was last tracked by satellite Sunday at 11:05 a.m. in waters just east of Biscayne National Park.

    OCEARCH has been following Katharine since August, when she was tagged in Cape Cod, Mass. Katharine is just over 14-feet long and weighs about 2,300 pounds. She's traveled a total of 3,685 miles since she was tagged.

    To follow Katharine's progress, click here or follow her on Twitter @Shark_Katharine.

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