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USS Tarpon won seven battle stars against the Japanese during World War II and was the first U.S. submarine in World War II to sink a German raider in the Pacific. Now laying off North Carolina’s Outer Banks at a depth of 135 feet, the hull sits upright with a slight tilt to port. Sealife at the submarine is prolific and typical of a sub-tropical marine ecosystem. The site is heavily encrusted with coralline algae and supports an array of cnidarians, such as sea anemones and corals. Tarpon also typically has several sand tiger sharks on site, which can provide dramatic photographic subjects while enjoying this historic shipwreck dive. Credit: NOAA’s Monitor National Marine Sanctuary. For further information please visit: https://monitor.noaa.gov/shipwrecks/tarpon.html