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Loggerhead (Caretta caretta)
Stranding Location: Myrtle Beach, SC

Arrival Date: 09/15/2014

Age: Sub-adult

Weight: 60.5 kg (133 pounds)
Case History
A Myrtle Beach city employee found this debilitated loggerhead about 5am at 53rd Avenue N front beach. The crew used a backhoe (it was initially reported as a bulldozer, hence the name Dozer) to pick up the large sea turtle. The tractor, a gentle giant when run by an operator who knows it well, did a great job bringing the […]

Show us your #FishFace, Sallie!

Name: Sallie Behrend

Occupation: Aquarist

With the South Carolina Aquarium since 2000 as a volunteer and 2004 as a staff member

Hometown: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

When I was a kid, I wanted to be a marine biologist.

I work at the Aquarium because I love it!

My day starts with a walk with my golden retriever “Chives,” coffee and The Weather Channel.

If I could be any fish in the Aquarium, I would be a trumpetfish.

The coolest gadget I use at […]

“Tanked” Inspired: How We Built the Great Ocean Tank

We are incredibly excited to be part of the Animal Planet network TV Show “Tanked.” Our curator, David Wilkins, collected freshwater fish for an Aquarium at the Horry County Museum for the episode which airs tonight (Sept.26, 2014) at 10 p.m. on Animal Planet. All of this was documented by a TV crew who followed David on his fishing expedition to South Carolina’s Upstate region. Being part of the TV show “Tanked” had us […]

Salvage for our Seas: Artwork by Daniel Miner

Exhibit Features One-of-a-kind Sculptures Made by Local Artist Daniel Miner
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Sept. 26, 2014 — Marine animals come to life through recycled metal, tools and old engine parts in the South Carolina Aquarium’s newest art installation, Salvage for our Seas. The exhibition, on display through January 15, 2015, features sculptures by Charleston artist Daniel Miner representing the Lowcountry’s diverse animals and landscapes.
Each piece is an original interpretation by Miner who transforms expired engine […]

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