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Harrowing First-Hand Accounts From Shark Attack Survivors

Harrowing First-Hand Accounts From Shark Attack Survivors
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Only a small percentage of shark species are considered dangerous to humans. In fact, more people die from bees, wasps, and snakes each year than sharks, according to the International Shark Attack file.

But run-ins between humans and sharks do happen — whether by accident or provoked.

Discovery Channel's "Shark Week," which premieres Sunday, August 4, provides riveting accounts of swimmers who came face-to-face with one of the oceans' greatest predators.

All of them lived to tell their stories, but not without injuries.

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