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International Shark Attack File: 2021 Summary
Sep 20 2022
The International Shark Attack File released their report for 2021 back in January of this year. It’s always interesting to review the data and dive in a bit. The...
Tiger Shark Attack on Hammerhead Shark
Jan 03 2020
It’s always tough to watch a shark struggle on a fishing line. But this video gives an interesting underwater look at a Tiger Shark attacking a hammerhead caught on...
Shark Attacks in 2016 – less than usual
Sep 14 2016
The number of shark attacks have dropped off significantly in 2016 compared with last year, which set a new record for most attacks in a single year. Shark attack expert...
Surrounded: Island of the Sharks
Jul 08 2016
Read about 2016 Shark Attack Rates
As shark populations bounce back, here’s how to be safe
Jun 03 2016
Now, after years of conservation efforts, shark populations are bouncing back in the Pacific Ocean. That’s leading to more run-ins like the one that took place...
Prelim Research: North Carolina Attacks
Aug 07 2015
North Carolina has been in the headlines this summer season for an unusual number of shark attacks in a short period of time. This spike occurred back in June, when there...
1916 NJ Shark Attacks: The Aftermath
Jun 29 2015
Did you miss the first article: 1916 Shark Attacks: The Real Jaws As you can imagine, news of the string of attacks sparked mass hysteria, on a national level, although...
1916 Shark Attacks: The Real Jaws
Jun 26 2015
Part 1/2: The Timeline & Victims The summer blockbuster of 1975, Jaws, has captivated the imaginations of people worldwide. At the same time, it’s also nurtured...
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