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    • Sharks
      A brief presentation about the worlds most feared creature
    • #10 – Lemon Shark
      Found in the Atlantic coast of the North and South Americas
      As of yet, the Lemon shark has not yet killed any human
    • #9 – Blue shark
      A recorded 32 attacks on humans killing only 3
      Prefers tropical waters over cooler waters
      Has been known to come as far North as southern Alaska
    • #8 – Hammerhead Shark
      There are 9 known species of Hmmerhead Sharks in the world.
      Of the 9, only 3 have been known to be predatory on humans.
      These include the scalloped, great, and smooth hammerhead sharks.
    • #7 – Sand Tiger Shark
      The sand Tiger is also known as the Grey Nurse Shark
      This species has attacked 64 humans, killing 2 (on record)
      This Shark is on the Endangered Species list
    • #6 – Grey Reef Shark
      This shark enjoys warm the warm waters of Australia and South Africa
    • #5 – ShortfinMako shark
      42 Attacks on humans, 2 being fatal
      Fastest shark recorded with speed bursts of 74 km/hour
    • #4 - Oceanic Whitetip Shark
      Lives in warm temperate waters
      No reported deaths have been caused by this shark, although, many victims of shipwrecks and aircrafts that crash were most likely meals for this shark
    • #3 – Tiger Shark
      The tiger shark has hunted down 116 humans killing 29
      The largest tiger shark to date was caught in Australia It was 5.5 meters long and weighed 1,524 kilograms
      That’s 18 feet and 3360 pounds!
    • #2 – Great White Shark
      This shark is on the endangered species list
      116 people have fallen victim to the Great White, 67 of those have been fatal
      With one bite, a Great White can take up to 30 pounds of flesh
    • #1 – Bull Shark