The latest report on shark attacks shows a five-year decline in attacks.
The University of Florida's annual report on shark attacks tallied 58 unprovoked attacks around the world in 2005. That's down from 65 the previous year.
Florida still led the world in attacks with 18, but that's far below the 37 recorded in 2000.
While surfers remain the most often attacked group, experts have tracked fewer attacks across the board from the record highs of five years ago.