A satellite tag can be seen shortly after being attached to a tiger shark's dorsal fin on Nov. 4, 2015. The shark, captured and tagged by the SC Department of Natural Resources as part of a joint research effort with the nonprofit OCEARCH, was dubbed "Harry-Ette" after Hampton Wildlife Fund founder Harry Hampton.
A satellite tag can be seen shortly after being attached to a tiger shark's dorsal fin on Nov. 4, 2015. The shark, captured and tagged by the SC Department of Natural Resources as part of a joint research effort with the nonprofit OCEARCH, was dubbed "Harry-Ette" after Hampton Wildlife Fund founder Harry Hampton. Submitted photo
A satellite tag can be seen shortly after being attached to a tiger shark's dorsal fin on Nov. 4, 2015. The shark, captured and tagged by the SC Department of Natural Resources as part of a joint research effort with the nonprofit OCEARCH, was dubbed "Harry-Ette" after Hampton Wildlife Fund founder Harry Hampton. Submitted photo

Another tiger shark tagged by DNR in Port Royal Sound

November 18, 2015 09:12 AM

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