A 12-foot tiger shark has been making it's way around the Atlantic Ocean coast, traveling from the Carolinas and going as far as New Jersey. Researchers from Ocearch were able to track the shark with a GPS tag. Pings from the tag notified researchers of the shark's location. The shark is called Septima. She is a 1,000-pund, 12-foot-8-inch female shark.

I wonder how many more tiger sharks have made their way to Maryland?

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