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Australia's Deadliest Shark Attacks

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University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia: Caroline Kerr and Jan Hemmi Undergoing shark experiments. Caroline Kerr: Research Associate, UWA Neuroecology Group; Jan Hemmi: Associate Professor, UWA Neuroecology Group

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The beaches of Western Australia's pristine coast have been ravaged by deadly predators -- great white sharks. These sharks were responsible for five human fatalities in less than 10 months, forcing experts to try to track down the creatures they believe are responsible. Nat Geo WILD joins scientists as they search for an explanation for this unusual behavior and work to develop new, cutting-edge technology that may allow humans and sharks to safely coexist.

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