Most likely YES, but OCEARCH.Org can not confirm it due to the "ping" being "low-quality"
This morning at 9:19am, this is where Mary Lee "pinged":
Another low quality ping from @MaryLeeShark in #BarnegatBay, #NJ. We suspect she is moving N up the beach on outside pic...
Mary Lee, the 3,400 LB great white shark that first paid us a visit in May and had everyone talking and a lot of people freaking out who then returned in June, and "pinged" around L.B.I according to her transmitter.
Well she has RETURNED again!!!
Sharks attacking dolphins, or at least trying to, probably happens quite a bit and we never even know about it.
Nonetheless, a visitor to one South Jersey beach over the weekend snapped a picture which might indicate sharks are getting extra hungry.
Mary Lee, the great white shark who was tracked just off the coast of Ocean County almost two weeks ago made plenty of headlines and turned everyone into a marine biologist for a weekend. Mary Lee has since headed south (at least for the time being) and is out of the public conscience, but that doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of other sharks in and around the area.
Around 3pm this afternoon "Mary Lee" was around L.B.I according to her transmitter.
She has certainly gotten around over the last week or so. From South Jersey to New York City to Long Island, she is now around the Jersey Shore area.
Mary Lee is a 3,400 lb great white shark that was "tagged' in Cape Cod back in 2012
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Her name is Mary Lee, and she is 3,456 pounds to be exact!
She was originally tagged in Cape May back in 2012.
Well Mary Lee is back!! The great white's tracker was recorded around 8am this morning 10 miles off of Wildwood. Then at 1:04 p.m., Mary Lee pinged again about 12 miles off the coast a little further north, right on the border of Avalon and Sea Isle City.
Capt John Stevenson of the North Wildwood Police Department says