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Total Number of Shark Attacks in the australia Statistics for Australia Shark Attacks Totals

Total Number of Shark Attacks in the australia Statistics for Australia Shark Attacks Totals | Shark Week | Scoop.it
Shark Attacks in Australia Total number of shark attacks in Australia Western Australia Victoria Torres Strait Tasmania South Australia Queensland Northern Territory New South Wales

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Help Save Endangered Sharks

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A new kind of shark fishing tournament aims at shark preservation, with catch-and-release and tagging requirements. Support no-kill, research-aiding shark tournaments as an alternative to killing sharks for sport.
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Extinction looms for great white sharks - Eyewitness News

Extinction looms for great white sharks - Eyewitness News | Shark Week | Scoop.it
Extinction looms for great white sharks
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CAPE TOWN – A local marine biologist says great white sharks are facing extinction due to myths and ignorance surrounding the predator.
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Shark bites teen's legs in latest attack in Hawaii | FOX6Now.com

Shark bites teen's legs in latest attack in Hawaii | FOX6Now.com | Shark Week | Scoop.it
(CNN) -- A shark bit a 16-year-old boy across both legs as he was surfing in Hawaii on Sunday, CNN affiliate KHON reported. The attack came four days after a shark severed the right arm of a German tourist while she was ...
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Rare Shark Discovery

Megamouth Shark - Rare Shark Species Discovered in 1976. The Megamouth Shark is so rare that the International Union for Conservation of Nature list the spec...
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Watch dramatic shark capture

CNN's Nick Glass witnesses the capture and tagging of a shark off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. (RT @CNNVideo: #CNN's Nick Glass witnesses the capture and tagging of a #shark off the coast of Cape Cod!
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Sharks are not man-eaters. Check Shark Attack Statistics

Sharks are not man-eaters. Check Shark Attack Statistics | Shark Week | Scoop.it
Despite their reputation, sharks are not man-eaters. Need proof? Here are the facts:
Which Species Attack?

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Gary Goel's curator insight, July 16, 2013 11:54 PM

Great video and the reason we chose to 

Sublandia's curator insight, August 7, 2015 5:54 PM
Nonostante la loro fama gli squali NON SONO mangiatori di uomono. Ecco le cifre sugli attacchi da parte di squali
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Great white sharks surprise scientists in Great White North - CBC.ca

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Great white sharks surprise scientists in Great White North
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A Halifax shark expert says scientists are surprised to learn there are more great white sharks showing up in Canadian waters than previously thought.
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14-foot shark bites swimmer at Big Island beach - Hawaii News Now

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14-foot shark bites swimmer at Big Island beach
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A man was bitten by a 14-foot long shark while swimming at Kekahakai State Park's Mahaiula Beach on the Big Island of Hawaii Tuesday afternoon.
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Our exaggerated fear of shark attacks - gulfnews.com

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Our exaggerated fear of shark attacks
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According to the file's analysis of data from 2000, beachgoers faced a one in 2m chance of dying from drowning and other causes based on visits to east and west coast beaches.
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