A massive great white shark weighing more than 2,100 pounds is making its way to the coast of North Carolina, according to researchers who are tracking it.
Luna was over the Charleston Bump, "a deepwater bottom feature 80 to 100 miles southeast of Charleston, South Carolina," according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. She was headed toward the Outer Banks.
OCEARCH has been tracking Luna for months, The Charlotte Observer reported. She began traveling south from the Canadian coast in October 2018 and made it to the tip of Florida before turning around and heading toward the Carolinas.
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