What is the deadliest shark attack ever recorded?

Feb 13, 2023
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Humans have done far more damage to them.

From Wikipedia: "As of 2019, the IUCN Red List list the oceanic whitetip shark as critically endangered, as their numbers appear to have decreased in every ocean region they inhabit. While their total global population is unknown, they are estimated to have declined by around 98 percent with the highest probability of >80% reduction over three generation lengths (61.2 years).
Oceanic whitetip sharks are mainly threatened by fisheries, sometimes intentional but usually bycatch. They are victims of longlines, hook-lines, gillnets and trawls. The sharks are used for their fins and meat. It is eaten fresh, smoked, dried, and salted and its skin made into leather."