Given the fact that we’ve only discovered a small percentage of the world’s oceans, swimming in the sea can be kinda scary. It makes us shudder to think of what could be hidden in the waters beneath us, especially when they are darker with low visibility like the beaches on the coast of Georgia. To make you even more shook to venture into the great beyond, there are actually four Great White Sharks near Georgia’s coasts and we’re kind of freaking out.\nOcearch, an online platform that tracks all different types of tagged marine life across the world, puts the faint-hearted at ease knowing they can determine their safety before plunging into the massive waters on their beach trip. Right now, the satellite tracking technology shows that three massive Great White Sharks weighing well over 1,000 pounds are roaming the waters, inching closer to our shores by the minute.\nGrey Lady, who appears to be super close to the Savannah shore, weighs 1,348 pounds and is 12 feet, 5 inches long *shivers*. Helena follows behind her at nearly the same length and weight, but the even more massive Katharine trails behind at nearly double the weight of the other two at a whopping 2,300 pounds and 14 feet in length.\nOcearch | Website\nWe find it humorous that these monstrous creatures have such lovely names but don’t let that fool you. Although the chances of a shark attack are highly unlikely, make sure to be aware of your surroundings (and ditch the shiny jewelry) if you happen to be vacationing in Tybee Island this week.\nView this post on Instagram WHEN YOU TRY TO FAKE A SMILE!!! 😂😂😂🦈🦈🦈😁😁😁 TAG A FRIEND WHO DOING THIS . FOLLOW YOUR @shark.passion 👉🦈❤ . 📷&✒@scottydpics . The serious smile of a Great White Shark. Shark teeth come in all shapes and sizes depending on the species and its specific requirements. Generally, sharks do not chew their food, but use their teeth to grab, hold and rip the prey into bite-sized chunks. Teeth can be sharp, wedge-shaped and wide with a serrated edge, as in the case of a Great White Shark. This shape is best suited to grabbing and tearing prey apart. Species like the Lemon and Mako have thin, sharp teeth that are ideal for catching and gripping slippery fish. Bottom dwellers, like the Nurse Shark or Angel Shark, have thick, conical or flat teeth at the backs of their mouths. These are designed to crush crabs and other molluscs found on the ocean floor. Sharks that feed on plankton, like the Whale Shark, have little need for teeth as food is passed through large filters and then swallowed. In these cases, the teeth are reduced. . . #sharkpassion #👉🦈❤ #greatwhiteshark #whiteshark #whitesharks #greatwhitesharks #cagediving #sharkdive #savesharks #sharkdiving #shark #ilovesharks #helpsavesharks #welovesharks #discoverocean #divingphoto #savethesharks #saveoursharks #sharkwater #sharks #underwater_world_ #underwatershots #underwatershot #uwpics #underwaterpics #lovesharks #sharkdiver #sharkcagediving #sharkcage A post shared by SHARK PASSION (@shark.passion) on Sep 25, 2019 at 2:01pm PDT\nIn attempt to redeem ourselves by freaking you out, we will hopefully put your mind at ease by telling you there are adorable young Great Whites swimming around as well.\nThere’s a 75-pound, five-foot white shark right at the Georgia/Florida border named Manhattan appears to be nowhere close to inland.\nView this post on Instagram By @williamwinram I love this photo… I love looking at it and maybe I am biased but I would love to see something like this on the side of a building, staring back at me within the urban landscape - that would be fricking cool In one way this shark looks like she is smiling… almost happy and with all those scars etc and then you see the rows of teeth and you realise what an incredibly well adapted predator #greatwhitesharks are and she is swimming straight towards you - now add in the theme from jaws :-)) A post shared by DISCOVERSHARKS (@discoversharks) on Sep 13, 2019 at 10:23am PDT\nIf you happen to be a shark lover, check out this massive $1 million shark exhibit coming to the Georgia Aquarium. And if you so happen to be brave and come to Tybee, you have to book these adorably nautical mermaid cottages for cheap!