She's baaaack!

I mean, really, who can stay away from the Jersey Shore at this time of year?

Mary Lee popped up just off the coast of Seaside this afternoon. (OCEARCH)

Mary Lee, the most famous Great White shark since Jaws (seriously, the hilariously s(h)narky twitter account @MaryLeeShark has 42,000+ followers), pinged just after 1:30 p.m. east of Seaside Heights.

As of 3:07 p.m. today, she popped up again near LBI, just east of Harvey Cedars.

This is the closest she's been to the shoreline since Sunday morning, when she started making her way towards eastern Long Island.

Mary Lee was just off the coast of LBI as of 3:07 p.m. (OCEARCH)

Mary Lee is certainly covering a lot of ground...but it's pretty cool to be able to track her movement and see exactly how far sea life can travel in just a few days!

To track Mary Lee (and plenty of other tagged sharks) check out ocearch.org!

Does this make you want to spend less time in the ocean this summer? Tell us in the comment section below!