Anyone who's ever seen Jaws has probably had a few days where they were afraid of the ocean - and these shark attack facts might just bring that fear surging back. In reality, every year, one or two people die from sharks. Sharks seemingly decide at random when to kill a human, and they're kind of flawless at doing just that. Of course, maybe you're the morbid sort of person who wonders what it's like to be attacked by a shark. The moment of terror, the pain, the panic... well, lucky you, because we're going to tell you all about what being killed by a shark is like.
So, when it comes to shark attack death facts, things can seem kind of scary. How do you escape? What are the odds of it happening to you? Rest assured: shark attacks are very rare, and it's even less likely that you'll die from one. That still doesn't make the prospect of an animal gnawing on your flesh any less terrifying.
As a final warning, some of the subjects discussed here are pretty graphic, so this isn't for those with weak stomachs. But hey, if you've seen any shark attack movie ever, you can probably handle it. Just don't plan on going to the beach anytime soon.