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This week:
The best shark stories from this week and past years. Plus, what Shark Week gets totally wrong.

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Shark Scientists Explain What's Right and Wrong With Shark Week
The Washington Post •  July 2018    

Keep Swimming!
Eric Stroud took to the chemistry lab and the rough waters off South Africa to develop the ultimate shark repellant. But the question remained: does it work? 
Outside • Sep 2017 
"SHARK!" Here you go, the original that inspired the movie JAWS.
Holiday Magazine •  1967 

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