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Photos have emerged on Facebook of two caught sharks that had been branding with a personal logo, a practice fishery professionals say they have never seen before.
Two shell rings, the mysterious structures of prehistoric people, were found hidden in the woods at the Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area. Archaeologists are struggling to excavate the first before it washes into the ocean.
Odd colored animals aren't so odd on the South Carolina coast. But have you seen a blonde raccoon?
Public access restrictions to some beaches and waterways around the vast Yawkey Wildlife Center will continue to be enforced while the state and foundation trustees look for other options to protect wildlife without unfairly penalizing boaters.
The first loggerhead sea turtle nest of the year was laid Thursday night on Kiawah Island. A Kemp's ridley turtle soon followed on Hilton Head Island.
State regulators are opening some of the shrimping grounds on Wednesday — two months earlier than they were opened last year after a cold winter.
Cannonball jellyfish, shrimp and crabs were found dead by the hundreds on Sullivan's Island this week. It tends to happen when high winds come as the surf waters warm.
An alligator carcass washed up to the Shem Creek boat rap last weekend without a head and tail. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is investigating.
Dolphin pods in Charleston waters are smaller than many people realize and might be getting pushed away.