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Shark attack survivors save sharks




A girl looks at a plastic shark on a playground in Destin, Florida.
A girl looks at a plastic shark on a playground in Destin, Florida.
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Talk about an ability to forgive. There’s a group of shark attack victims—some of them with missing limbs—who are now banding together with world charities to save endangered sharks. What motivates these brave and forgiving souls?

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Debbie Salamone, a shark attack survivor, now working with the Pew Environment group to save shark species