What was the worst known shark attack
The worst shark attack was in 12/8/1953. Rodney Fox had four hours of surgery and 360 stitches to close wounds. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-was-the-worst-known-shark-attack ]
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- What was the worst known shark attack
- The worst shark attack was in 12/8/1953. Rodney Fox had four hours of surgery and 360 stitches to close wounds. ChaCha on!
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