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September 13, 2001

The Sharkman's Summer He's done 700 interviews this summer, his phone rings off the hook, and his e-mail beeps constantly. So why isn't anyone listening? Story

[Photo: Phelan Ebenhack]

A pilgim for peace
Bill Rose of Tampa has taken his personal philosophy, to live simply, but justly, from East Timor to the West Bank as a member of Christian Peacemaker Teams.

No place like home: A boatman's eye view
TAMPA -- A wayward mullet flings itself onto the low wooden dock as you're poised to step into the boat. You hustle the flopping fish back into the slack black water and ease down onto the narrow seat.

Baby's flattened head often corrects itself
The sleep habits of America's infants have changed since the American Academy of Pediatrics introduced the "Back to Sleep Campaign."

A file full of fish stories
The International Shark Attack File, a project originally launched by the U.S. Navy in the 1950s, contains records of all known shark attacks worldwide from the 1500s to the present. More than 3,200 individual investigations are currently housed in the file, which is now tucked away in two five-drawer file cabinets at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville.

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