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How Researchers Keep Humans Safe From Shark Attacks (180°)| Damage Control | WIRED

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As climate change has affected the world, shark populations are moving to cooler waters. This increase in sharks' proximity to humans has made shark attacks much more commonplace. While still an extremely small number of attacks, researchers are trying to figure out ways to keep sharks and humans out of each other's hair.

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