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Why do shark attacks keep happening?
Question Date: 2017-10-13
Answer 1:

An answer for this question is on the link below:
shark attacks


Answer 2:

Sharks don't usually hunt humans, so if a shark attack happens, it's usually a matter of mistaking a human for prey they normally go after. Hope that helps!



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