Pictured is a 800-pound tiger shark that was caught and later released in Port Royal Sound aboard the Hilton Head Island based chart boat Outcast in October.
Pictured is a 800-pound tiger shark that was caught and later released in Port Royal Sound aboard the Hilton Head Island based chart boat Outcast in October. photo
Pictured is a 800-pound tiger shark that was caught and later released in Port Royal Sound aboard the Hilton Head Island based chart boat Outcast in October. photo

Scientists to track tiger sharks in Port Royal Sound

April 09, 2014 07:40 PM

UPDATED April 09, 2014 07:51 PM

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