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Can science stop sharks attacking humans?

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Sharks have patrolled the oceans for at least 400 million years and evolved into a huge range of remarkable species.

There are deep sea lantern sharks that glow in the dark, wobbegong sharks that grow shaggy beards, and majestic, plankton-sifting whale sharks - the biggest fish in the sea.

Nevertheless, when many people think of these animals, one thing comes to mind: shark attacks.

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Can science stop sharks attacking humans??? NO!!!!!!!

If there is one thing the history of evolution has taught us it's that life will not be contained. Life breaks free, expands to new territories, and crashes through barriers, painfully, maybe even dangerously,

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Humans are made out of meat. Sharks (the predatory kind) like to eat meat--and fish. Unless you change what humans are made of, or force sharks to be vegan, this is not going to happen.

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Sharks will eat anything, we found a car number plate inside one, a lump of coal in another, and a rubber tennis shoe.so if you invade their territory its at your own risk.

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