Australia sees a surge in deadly shark attacks 

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Australia sees a surge in deadly shark attacks 

Rising temperatures are driving vicious sharks closer to the shores. Australia has once again made climate news headlines this year, this time with a spike in fatal shark attacks.  Seven people died from shark attacks in 2020, a more than 60-year record and seven times the yearly average. Surfers in states including New South Wales and Queensland are among the victims. The most likely explanation: As ocean temperatures continue to rise, fish are migrating away from areas of warm water, closer to the shores,  and hungry sharks are following them.…

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