Research group tweets picture of great white shark swimming off Flagler Beach

Published On: Jan 31 2014 07:24:38 AM EST
Updated On: Jan 31 2014 08:13:49 AM EST

The research group monitoring the movement of a 14-foot great white shark tweets picture of the beast swimming in the ocean.

FLAGLER BEACH, Fla. -

A 2,300-pound great white shark has moved closer inland near the Volusia and Flagler county coastline.

Scientists attached a tracking device to the 14-foot shark named Katharine. She was originally caught near Cape Cod and has since swam nearly 2,000 miles to Central Florida.

The location of the shark is determined by a ping based on when the shark breaks the water's surface.

Ocearch, the group monitoring Katharine, recently tweeted a picture of the shark taken from an expedition group.

To track Katharine, click here.

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