Lydia just over 14ft in length, and was tagged in Jacksonville in March 2013. *Photo courtesy of sharks-ocearch.verite.com
Lydia just over 14ft in length, and was tagged in Jacksonville in March 2013. *Photo courtesy of sharks-ocearch.verite.com
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A 2000lb great white shark looks to be heading back towards Bermuda, after passing to our east coast just over a month ago.

Lydia is one of a string a sharks tagged as part of world-wide education programme by Ocearch.

And just earlier this year, a second tagged shark called Mary Lee, cruised in to within 21 miles of our shores attracting media attention from around the world.

Now it looks like Lydia is headed back in our direction.

The mature female shark is just over 14ft in length, and was tagged by scientists in Jacksonville in March of this year.

She swam passed the east end of the island in mid-April before heading north and then further east.

But now Lydia looks to be making a bee-line back towards Bermuda.

Her current position is around 200 miles north east of Bermuda.