Sites Unseen: Shark Stuff & Money Matters

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Shark Attacks Online

The Florida Museum of Natural History maintains what it calls the International Shark Attack File.

It breaks down statistics, like a person's risk of a shark attack. And it lays out different kinds of sharks that are out there sharing the ocean water with swimmers, boaters and you.

Fill 'Er Up

Ever wonder what you're spending your money on when you fill up your gas tank? Well, HowStuffWorks has some answers.

The site looks at the cost of crude oil, taxes, even gas station markups.

It also offers insight into regional differences when it comes to pricing gasoline. And it gives a chart for the most expensive gas in the world — Hong Kong at $5.38 a gallon — and the cheapest gas — Caracas, Venezuela at 40 cents a gallon.

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