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    How Likely Am I to be Eaten by a Shark?




    You’re more likely to die from a falling coconut (hey, it happens, they fall out of the tree) than get eaten by a shark.

    I’m going to find more of these shark facts so if you know one or think you know one, please send me an email and tell me about it.

    3 Comments »

    1. You're also more likely to be kicked to death by a donkey than get beaten by a shark. What surfer owns a donkey?

      Comment by Texas Surfer — August 16, 2009 @ 5:07 am

    2. You're also more likely to be kicked to death by a donkey than get eaten by a shark. What surfer owns a donkey?

      Comment by Texas Surfer — August 16, 2009 @ 5:07 am

    3. A reader emailed me with this shark statistic:

      "Each year, for every person bitten by a shark, 10 people are bitten by a New Yorker."

      Somehow, it seems plausible.

      Comment by Texas Surfer — September 2, 2009 @ 3:55 pm

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