Hilton, a 12-foot-long great white shark, is fitted with a satellite tag by Ocearch researchers off the coast of Hilton Head Island on March 3.
Hilton, a 12-foot-long great white shark, is fitted with a satellite tag by Ocearch researchers off the coast of Hilton Head Island on March 3. Courtesy Ocearch
Hilton, a 12-foot-long great white shark, is fitted with a satellite tag by Ocearch researchers off the coast of Hilton Head Island on March 3. Courtesy Ocearch

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