Who’s the real killer?

The numbers say it all. Each year an average of 25 people across the world die as a result of a shark attack. You have one in 300 million chance of meeting your maker in the mouth of a shark. The sharks, on the other hand, wish they had our odds. While U.S. Department of Health mortality statistics show that Americans are more likely to be killed by lightning than by a shark, the Department of Commerce estimates that people kill 100 million sharks a year. In order to keep up with us, sharks would have to eat the entire combined population of Mexico and Texas every year.