Twelve-foot tiger shark surprises scientists off SC coast

Twelve-foot tiger shark surprises scientists off SC coast

When scientists tagged a 12-foot tiger shark they captured off the S.C. coast last week, they were surprised to learn the ferocious predator soon would be a mom. The shark, caught and released at St. Helena Sound, is the first fitted with a satellite tracking device that was confirmed to be pregnant - and that's significant, according to the S.C.



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