Fripp Islanders Whit Suber and his daughter Sarah, 13, take pictures of a pilot whale Thursday afternoon that died after it had beached itself on the Hunting Island side of the Fripp Island bridge. "You knew there was a problem the minute you saw it," said Suber, who noticed the whale swimming in circles earlier that morning.
Fripp Islanders Whit Suber and his daughter Sarah, 13, take pictures of a pilot whale Thursday afternoon that died after it had beached itself on the Hunting Island side of the Fripp Island bridge. "You knew there was a problem the minute you saw it," said Suber, who noticed the whale swimming in circles earlier that morning. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
Fripp Islanders Whit Suber and his daughter Sarah, 13, take pictures of a pilot whale Thursday afternoon that died after it had beached itself on the Hunting Island side of the Fripp Island bridge. "You knew there was a problem the minute you saw it," said Suber, who noticed the whale swimming in circles earlier that morning. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

Pilot whale beaches, dies at Hunting Island

December 06, 2012 09:54 PM

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