This Sept. 18, 2012, photo provided by OCEARCH shows scientists lifting a great white shark named Mary Lee so it can be tagged off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The shark was tracked south to the Florida coast but as of Thursday, January 31, 2013, was again off Long Island, N.Y. OCEARCH, a nonprofit group that studies sharks and other large marine species, says little is known about the migration patterns of great whites. (AP Photo/OCEARCH, Mike Estabrook)

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This Sept. 18, 2012, photo provided by OCEARCH shows scientists lifting a great white shark named Mary Lee so it can be tagged off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The shark was tracked south to the Florida coast but as of Thursday, January 31, 2013, was again off Long Island, N.Y. OCEARCH, a nonprofit group that studies sharks and other large marine species, says little is known about the migration patterns of great whites. (AP Photo/OCEARCH, Mike Estabrook)
This Sept. 18, 2012, photo provided by OCEARCH shows scientists lifting a great white shark named Mary Lee so it can be tagged off Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The shark was tracked south to the Florida coast but as of Thursday, January 31, 2013, was again off Long Island, N.Y. OCEARCH, a nonprofit group that studies sharks and other large marine species, says little is known about the migration patterns of great whites. (AP Photo/OCEARCH, Mike Estabrook)
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