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Sun December 22, 2013
Shark Attacks And Economic Growth: A Correlation Theory
Originally published on Sun December 22, 2013 1:33 pm
In studying the connection between economics and yearly trends in what he calls "shark-human interactions," shark attack expert George Burgess spotted a pattern. NPR's Rachel Martin asks Burgess about going to the beach.