Rare gray seal shows up on Myrtle Beach coast

(Photo: South Carolina State Parks)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WBTW) — A seal made its way to shore again in Horry County Wednesday.

This time, one was spotted at the southernmost access point of Myrtle Beach State Park. Park officials says it was a gray seal. They say this one was released from the Virginia Aquarium after it was tagged.

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Park ranger Ann Wilson said the seal is under a year old and officials do not believe it is injured.

It appeared on the sand around 11 a.m. Wednesday, but was gone Thursday morning.

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