The South Carolina, Georgia Right Whale Aerial Survey team took this photo of a severely injured right whale on Jan. 20, 2011 about 20 miles east of St. Helena Sound.
The South Carolina, Georgia Right Whale Aerial Survey team took this photo of a severely injured right whale on Jan. 20, 2011 about 20 miles east of St. Helena Sound. EcoHealth Alliance, NOAA Permit #594-1759
The South Carolina, Georgia Right Whale Aerial Survey team took this photo of a severely injured right whale on Jan. 20, 2011 about 20 miles east of St. Helena Sound. EcoHealth Alliance, NOAA Permit #594-1759

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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.

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