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The Meg is a horror story but our treatment of sharks is scarier

Of the 7.6 billion people on the planet, an average of six a year die following a negative shark encounter so the question remains: why are we so afraid of sharks? The obvious answer is because we have repeatedly misrepresented them as our enemies and The Meg is no exception, writes Vivienne Westbrook.

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