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Scary Ways to Die – Creatures in the Water

Sharks are not the only predators of the open waters that can attack and kill a human. There are other threats to be on the lookout for when you're enjoying the beauty of the ocean and other bodies of water. In this article, you will learn of a few creatures that can cause your death in a rather painful and sometimes terrifying way.
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