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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Shark Attacks They aren't killers? Florida was the leader of 8 states inshark attacks from 2006-2010 with a total of 110 shark attacks adding up to a total of 179 attacks in the U.S. Here is a graph of fatalities in the U.S. from 2006-2010 resulting in 3 deaths, 1 in Florida and 2 in California Which Species are considered dangerous? There are only a few of the 500 shark species that can be dangerous but half of the attacks are caused by Tiger, Bull and Great White sharks Florida has had the highest amount of attacks from 2001 to 2013 with a total of 285 attacks but only 3 of the attacks resulted in a death. double click to change this header text! What is the risk factor? 1 in 2 million die of a beach related fatality and 1 in 11.5 million are attacked by a shark but 0 in 264.1 million are killed by a shark. Did you know? For every 1 human killed by a shark there are 25 million sharks killed by humans!!! Provoked Attacks Unprovoked Attacks WHY? Touching Sharks Removing from nets or hooks Feeding or grabbing Hit and Run Attacks Sneak Attacks Bump-and-Bite Attacks 2 1 In the year of 2000 there was a total of beach related fatalities in the U.S. that came to 132, there were also 23 shark attacks on beaches but none of them resulted in a fatality. Out of 34 species of sharks that have attacked only twelve have caused a fatal attack from 1580 to 2013 with the great white shark leading in attacks 42% of great white shark attack victims from 1876 to now were in their 20's making up the majority of all ages attacked! The number of shark attacks is influenced mostly by how many people enter the water each year mostly at beaches. When you encounter a shark.... Stay Calm, Don't splash or struggle, never swim away from it, and don'tmove even if they bump into you.
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