Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Great White Shark on Morris Island

Fishing Trawlers aren't the only thing washing up on South Carolina Beaches. The Charleston Post and Courier is reporting a Great White Shark has washed up on the beach near the abandoned Morris Island Lighthouse near Charleston.


Photo By: Josh Loefer SCDNR

Jon Geddings, a fisheries scientist with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, examines the 13-foot, 2-inch female great white shark that was discovered washed ashore on Morris Island last week.

You can read all the details at the Charleston Post and Courier, and read more about shark sightings, beachings and attacks here: World Shark Attack Report

The Trawler Nanami was towed off the beach at Kiawah Island this morning Wednesday November 26, 2008 at high tide.

Details at: The Charleston Post and Courier

Prior Posts About the Trawler Nanami:

The Long Strange Tale of the Fishing Vessel Nanami Continues to Grow

Beached Kiawah Boat No Stranger to USCG

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