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Florida Museum of Natural History

Florida's official state natural history museum researchers investigate bird extinctions on Pacific islands, excavate shell mounds on the Southwest Florida coast, document shark attacks worldwide, monitor endangered and threatened species such as the Florida panther and the manatee, and explore the genetic codes relating families of tropical orchids. Their findings are shared through scholarly publications, university courses, public lectures, museum exhibits and K-12 education programs.

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    • June 2016
      Source: Florida Museum of Natural History
      Uploaded by: Ivan Komlev
      Accessed On: 17 June, 2016
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      The dataset  includes information about recorded unprovoked shark attacks around the world from 1580 to present time. All the data has been got from the International Shark Attack File (ISAF) which contains database on shark attacks, has a long-term scientifically documented database containing information on all known shark attacks, and is the only globally-comprehensive, scientific shark attack database in the world.