Two commercial anglers were fishing a mile off the South Carolina coast on Saturday when they caught an 800-pound, 13-foot shark. 

This was the third shark the two fishermen had landed in three days. 

Despite the are being a popular spot for fishing, biologists said tiger sharks frequent the same South Carolina waters. 

They said beachgoers should not be concerned because tiger sharks feed on sea turtles, sea birds, and other sharks. 

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