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A great white shark was being tracked by an ocean data group while swimming in the Long Island Sound on Monday.

The notorious fish, named Cabot, is 9 feet, 8 inches long and the first known great white spotted in the area off the coast of Connecticut, according to the research group OCEARCH.

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Cabot has been tracked from Florida to Maryland in recent months, OCEARCH said.

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