FILE: Bryan Frazier of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources attaches a tracking device to a 1,200-pound tiger shark named Chessie near the mouth of Port Royal Sound off Hilton Head Island.
FILE: Bryan Frazier of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources attaches a tracking device to a 1,200-pound tiger shark named Chessie near the mouth of Port Royal Sound off Hilton Head Island. Submitted photo
FILE: Bryan Frazier of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources attaches a tracking device to a 1,200-pound tiger shark named Chessie near the mouth of Port Royal Sound off Hilton Head Island. Submitted photo

David's World: Chessie the giant tiger shark tagged off Hilton Head

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