Snowball hangs in a temporary spot with the help of Howard Mills, of Beaufort Construction, and co-worker Tommy Ewing, not pictured, while at the construction site of the new Maritime Center at the former Lemon Island Marina in Okatie on July 28, 2014.  Snowball was captured in 1962 and whisked away to Florida for display at the Miami Seaquarium. There, "Carolina Snowball" attracted 3 million visitors before she died in 1965. This life-size fiberglass replica of Snowball includes her actual cranium, jaw and black teeth.
Snowball hangs in a temporary spot with the help of Howard Mills, of Beaufort Construction, and co-worker Tommy Ewing, not pictured, while at the construction site of the new Maritime Center at the former Lemon Island Marina in Okatie on July 28, 2014. Snowball was captured in 1962 and whisked away to Florida for display at the Miami Seaquarium. There, "Carolina Snowball" attracted 3 million visitors before she died in 1965. This life-size fiberglass replica of Snowball includes her actual cranium, jaw and black teeth. Staff photo
Snowball hangs in a temporary spot with the help of Howard Mills, of Beaufort Construction, and co-worker Tommy Ewing, not pictured, while at the construction site of the new Maritime Center at the former Lemon Island Marina in Okatie on July 28, 2014. Snowball was captured in 1962 and whisked away to Florida for display at the Miami Seaquarium. There, "Carolina Snowball" attracted 3 million visitors before she died in 1965. This life-size fiberglass replica of Snowball includes her actual cranium, jaw and black teeth. Staff photo

Snowball comes home: Replica to be displayed at Port Royal Maritime Center

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