From a man that had to keep his wetsuit on to prevent his vital organs from falling out to others that weren’t so lucky and didn’t survive, We take a look at 7 of the Deadliest Shark Attack Stories!
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SHARKS ARE NOT MINDLESS KILLERS, we do not need to cull them, do not try to argue with me on this topic you will not win. we only think they are killers because of the media. sharks only kill 4 people per year world wide well as falling coconuts kill 150 per year world wide and the family dog, 36 people in the USA alone. what do you think of sharks now, 'little jack' is more dangerous then a shark!
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