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Currently in Britain live about 40 species of sharks, but by 2050 they may be ten types of more. About it reports Sky News.
Climatic changes lead to warming of water in the ocean, which in turn can make the area of the British coast suitable for ten species of sharks that are now found only off the coast of Africa and the Mediterranean coast.
Over the next 30 years in Britain can appear sand tiger sharks, giant hammerhead sharks, the Goblin shark, a large thresher shark and longfin Mako, as well as representatives uskokovich, oceanic whitetip, silky, blacktip sharks and dark.
On 16 July it was reported that in the U.S. city of Fernandina beach (Florida) with a difference in five minutes, there were two shark attacks on people.
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