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This video shows the tagging of Harry-Etta, the 15th tiger shark, to be tagged by SC Department of Natural Resources biologists in St. Helena Sound located in South Carolina waters. Researchers were thrilled to find out that the shark is pregnant and may soon offer information to shark's habitats during gestation. Taylor Main S.C. Department of Natural Resources_dem

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How hard does a crab pinch? Watch these bloopers from Beaufort County Channel nature show 0:54

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Here's why you see so many starfish and jellyfish on Lowcountry beaches in the winter

This Lowcountry manatee was rescued from the cold. Now 'Carolina' returns to the wild 0:39

This Lowcountry manatee was rescued from the cold. Now 'Carolina' returns to the wild

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Check out this 15 foot great white shark circling a boat off Hilton Head Island

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