A great white shark named Brunswick was detected Thursday evening and again Friday morning off the coast of Ocean City.Scientists detected the young male shark via his satellite tracker, with which he was tagged by the organization Ocearch in Hilton Head, S.C., in February.Brunswick spans 8 feet 9 inches and weighs more than 430 pounds, according to his Ocearch profile. He is considered to be a “sub-adult” — older than a juvenile, but not a full adult.Last night I pinged in around 5:30pm. I’m still swimming north! My @OCEARCH friends are headed to #Nantucket I thought I’d say hello! There’s another island nearby that sounds nice. Apparently, the name even means “Friendship”! #saveourspecies #sharks #ocearch pic.twitter.com/S0tAWVVwFB&mdash; Brunswick the Shark (@BrunswickShark) June 3, 2019 Since he was tagged in February, Brunswick has zigzagged his way up the coast. He was detected again Sunday near Montauk, N.Y.