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Sun lotion, insect repellant, and the Sharktivity app are this summer’s must-have beach accessories along the US East Coast as human-shark encounters increase. Ironically, conservation wins for vulnerable species might be behind the unfortunate uptick, say experts, while there might also be a link to climate as the apex predators’ prey move to new waters. Every summer, great whites move up the Atlantic coast of the United States, toward New England, their number peaking between August and October. “There’s a general increase in the population that we think is the population rebounding after be…

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