13 Everyday Activities More Likely To Kill You Than A Shark
Time to stop hating on sharks and start hating on the horrors of everyday life.
With the 2015 installment of Shark Week upon us, let's try to keep some perspective...
Sharks kill around two people in the United States per year.
Here are some things that kill a lot more people in the U.S. than that, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
Bumping into somebody
Chilling in bed
Climbing a tree
Taking a bath
Crossing paths with a mean dog
Walking literally anywhere
Climbing a ladder
Mowing the lawn
Crossing train tracks
Riding the bus
Getting struck by lightning
But don't worry, these freak accidents are still extremely rare! Shark deaths are just even MORE rare...