Two sharks tagged by shark-tracking organization OCEARCH have both been tracked close to Myrtle Beach.
Eight-foot White Shark Savannah pinged Tuesday off the coast of Myrtle Beach, according to OCEARCH. The 460-pound female shark had previously been tracking toward Myrtle Beach from Charleston.
Also Tuesday, the 12-foot male White Shark named Hilton pinged near Georgetown. The 1,326-pound shark is currently just off the coast between Georgetown and McClellanville.
Both sharks were tagged by OCEARCH near Hilton Head.
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According to OCEARCH, the mating season for White Sharks is not yet known, but the organization has taken a sperm sample from Hilton the Shark.