Great White Shark
“Mary Lee the Shark” has become somewhat of a sensation on Twitter. The fake Twitter handle is that of a very real Great White shark that researchers have been tracking as she moves up and down the eastern seaboard.
While the state of Florida is the well-known shark-bite capital of the world, it’s not necessarily the scariest place to be attacked by a shark.
Headed for the Keys this weekend? May want to think before jumping into the ocean as Katharine, a 14-foot great white shark, is back—and is swimming in the waters just off Islamorada.
Thirty-nine years ago today, countless people across America were afraid to go in the water after seeing the highly-anticipated Steven Spielberg film “Jaws.
A ferocious visitor has made her way to South Florida – she’s swimming around about 25 miles off shore.
A wayward great white shark named “Betsy” has turned up off the Florida coast. Ocearch reports that “Betsy,” was found swimming in the Gulf of Mexico about 63 miles off Boca Grande.
Marine scientists from the University of Miami had a run-in with a rather infamous predator off the coast of the Keys on Monday.
Anglers aboard the charter boat Hooked Up piloted by Captain Greg McCauley hooked a Great White shark off the Port Everglades Inlet on Tuesday.
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A Florida man, who recently moved to Australia to pursue his love of boating, fishing and diving, was killed by a great white shark while diving off the country’s southwest coast.