Harry-Etta is the 15th tiger shark to be tagged by S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists in South Carolina waters.
Harry-Etta is the 15th tiger shark to be tagged by S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists in South Carolina waters. (Photo: Taylor Main/SCDNR)
Harry-Etta is the 15th tiger shark to be tagged by S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists in South Carolina waters. (Photo: Taylor Main/SCDNR)

You can track this 12-foot tiger shark with ‘fresh mating wounds’ tagged off SC coast

November 06, 2017 09:58 AM

UPDATED November 06, 2017 03:49 PM

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