Hilton Head Island charter boat Capt. Chip Michalove at Outcast Sport Fishing tagged and released a great white shark on Dec. 31, 2016, off the coast. Michalove posted the video of the female shark, which he estimated to be 16-feet in length, to his YouTube channel on Jan. 1, 2017.
Outcast Sport Fishing
Night fishing leads to catch of great white shark
Hungry Lowcountry turtle tests his luck against young alligator
This bird doesn't stray north of the Florida Keys. So what blew him to SC?
Botanical gardens offer serenity outside Savannah's city limits
Watch as man dislodges baby deer stuck between bridge balusters
Too close for comfort: Hilton Head woman photographs sharks swimming in the shallows
What we know about a Cory's Shearwater
Gator dodges traffic in Hilton Head Plantation
A canoe trip on Lynches River will calm you
How does beach renourishment work? Here's what's happening in Sea Pines
Just how dangerous is plastic for Lowcountry marine life?
Yikes! Family crabbing on Hilton Head catch something larger
Have you seen this exotic cat? He's 45 pounds and missing from Hardeeville
The South Island Emergency Beach Fill project began last week on Hilton Head and continued on Tuesday. The $3.8 million project is placing 300,000 cubic yards of sand along about two miles of beach in Sea Pines that were heavily eroded by Hurricane Matthew.
Christine Ismail submitted this short video clip off Toby, a serval cat, playing with Hildi, a cat that was raised with Toby. Ismail wants people to know that while Toby has cat-like tendencies, "he's not a pet for anyone other than the ones who raised him."
Jonathan and Lindsay Wiles have been vacationing on Hilton Head Island for years, but never seen anything like this. Jonathan said the snake "was confused as he was" as it washed up in a wave on the beach in Port Royal Plantation on Aug. 1.