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The World's Most Shark-Infested Beaches
New Smyrna Beach in Florida is known as the shark attack capital of the world; it’s common to spot blacktip, spinner, and tiger sharks.
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Makena Beach in Maui is known for tiger sharks that like to hunt in shallow waters, raising the odds of coming in contact with them while swimming.
Makena Beach, Maui
38% of shark bites in the U.S. have happened in Bolinas Beach’s “Red Triangle,” where great white sharks have been known to attack surfers.
Bolinas, California
Scientists believe this lake separated from the nearby ocean over time, trapping the sharks and forcing them to adapt as the water changed from saltwater to fresh.
Lake Nicaragua, Nicaragua
The West End's "Tiger Beach" offers a diving adventure that will put you in an underwater metal cage to come face-to-face with a tiger shark.
West End, Grand Bahamas