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Statistics About The Most Dangerous Sea Creatures

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"In the United States, between 2001 - 2013, sharks attacked 477 times with unprovoked strikes."

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"Cone Snails, though small, carry enough venom to kill 20 humans."

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"Stonefish, one of the most dangerous sea creatures, can deliver fatal venomous spikes."

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"Approximately 50-100 people are poisoned by Pufferfish each year in Japan."

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"Between 2006 and 2010, rip currents killed more people in Australia than any other natural hazard."

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"Each year over 2000 swimmers are rescued from rip currents in Australia."

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"Almost 30 types of Stonefish are venomous, they're one of the most dangerous creatures in the sea."

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"The poison from one Marbled Cone Snail is enough to kill 20 humans."

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"The number of shark attacks worldwide in 2020 was 129, 57 being unprovoked."

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"Lionfish invasion is causing a massive decline in reef fish populations, up to 80% in just five weeks."

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"The Blue-Ringed Octopus bite can kill you in minutes, with a mortality rate of 50% if untreated."

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"Each year, between 20 to 40 people die from Box Jellyfish stings in the Philippines."

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"There have been 14 recorded fatalities from Cone Snail stings since 1670."

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"Sea snakes, which are highly venomous, may bite about 10-15 divers per year."

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"Sea Urchin punctures are responsible for approximately 1,500 injuries per year in the U.S. alone."

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"The bite from a Blue-Ringed Octopus, one of the deadliest creatures in the ocean, can result in paralysis in just a few minutes."

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"Globally, about 150 people per year are recorded as injured by Stingrays."

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