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UF shark attack study shows increase in world-wide fatalities

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A University of Florida report released this week shows shark attack deaths are the highest worldwide since 1993. But as Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM Stephanie Denardo reports, the report did contain some positive news for both the U.S. and Florida.

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