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2015 Shark Attacks Set New Record

Sharks attacked 98 people worldwide in 2015, outstripping the previous record of 88 attacks in the year 2000. What do you think?

  • “But publicizing this record only encourages the sharks to set a new one.”

    Teddy Steinhafel Unemployed
  • “Maybe it’s time to start overfishing again?”

    Anita Berger Alibi Organizer
  • “Add two more to that total. I didn’t know we had to report them.”

    Frank Goetz Synthesizer Programmer

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