Crystal – the 11.4-foot, 608-pound tiger shark, named for the Crystal Pier at Wrightsville Beach – makes her home off of North Carolina’s coast and was most recently spotted July 3 near Ocracoke and Cedar Island, according to the OCEARCH research group tracker.
Crystal – the 11.4-foot, 608-pound tiger shark, named for the Crystal Pier at Wrightsville Beach – makes her home off of North Carolina’s coast and was most recently spotted July 3 near Ocracoke and Cedar Island, according to the OCEARCH research group tracker. OCEARCH
Crystal – the 11.4-foot, 608-pound tiger shark, named for the Crystal Pier at Wrightsville Beach – makes her home off of North Carolina’s coast and was most recently spotted July 3 near Ocracoke and Cedar Island, according to the OCEARCH research group tracker. OCEARCH

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