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Local shark researcher says Discovery channel’s Shark Week overplays how dangerous the animal really is

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It’s the longest running show on cable. It drew more than 30 million viewers last year. It’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, which kicked-off last night.  Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Auriel Rolle-Polk spoke with Florida Museum of Natural History Shark Research Director George Burgess, who says there’s more to the animal than the show sometimes portrays.

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