NAGS HEAD, N.C. (WAVY) — Two great white sharks have been spotted off the coast of North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
Ocearch said in a tweet on Thursday the sharks Brunswick and Jane were pinging near each other.
The tweet said Jane has been spotted around the waters of the Outer Banks for over a month, while Brunswick just arrived “a few days ago.”
Mary Lee the shark chimed in on the two shark’s appearance tweeting, “There is some good eating in those parts, right (Cape Hatteras National Seashore)?”
According to his Twitter account, Brunswick is an 8’9″ great white that was tagged by Ocearch and named “for the people of Brunswick, GA.”
Jane, meanwhile, is 10 feet in length and was tagged by Ocearch on Oct. 8, 2018 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in Canada. She was the first female ever spot tagged in Canadian waters.
Jane has reportedly traveled 1,849 miles in 103 days.
Two young white sharks are pinging near each other off the coast of the Outer Banks in North Carolina. @GWSharkJane has been hanging out there for over a month while @Brunswick_Shark just arrived a few days ago pic.twitter.com/ixDGvLvNn3— OCEARCH (@OCEARCH) May 23, 2019