BOSTON (AP) – Great white sharks are making their annual return to the Northeast’s popular vacation spots. But experts say not to worry – the odds are definitely on your side.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore says the chances of being killed by a shark are one in 3.7 million.
Statistically, you’re much more in danger of succumbing to the flu – a one in 63 chance.
Your chances of dying in a car accident are one in 90.
You’re even more likely to be killed by an asteroid or by a lightning strike.
Great white sharks have been spotted recently off Cape Cod; Long Island, New York; and the Jersey shore – all popular summer destinations.
Although biologists play down the risks, they do warn against swimming or surfing near seals.
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