Frosty, a 393-pound, 9-foot-2-inch white shark, was previously spotted off the coast of Long Island on Saturday, May 13.

Shark research group OCEARCH announced earlier this Saturday, May 13, off the coast of Long Island.

OCEARCH noted that since that detection, Frosty appeared to be moving eastward and registered a new ping between Block Island and Martha’s Vineyard at 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 21

OCEARCH noted that the ping was detected south of Hampton Bay at approximately 10:15 p.m. When the shark’s dorsal fin, tagged with a tracking device, emerges from the water, there is a thud.

The public can track Frosty’s actions through OCEARCH’s tracker by clicking here.

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