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Leonard P. Schultz was an Ichthyologist, field naturalist, curator and senior zoologist at the United States National Museum, now known as the National Museum of Natural History.
For additional information relating to shark attacks, see Negative Numbers SIA2013-08825, SIA2013-08826, SIA2013-08828, SIA2013-08830.
Page 1 of Chapter 15 "Attacks by Sharks as Related to the Acitivities of Man" by in a book entitled "Sharks and survival" by Leonard P. Schultz with the National Museum of Natural History, edited by Perry W. Gilbert with the cooperation of members of the Shark Research Panel of the American Institute of Biological Sciences and published by Boston, Heath (c. 1963).
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