Feb 25 (Reuters) - The global recession manifests itself in big and small ways, most gloomy, some quirky and often reflecting the inventive human spirit. Here is a look at some signs of the times. * Even sharks feel the bite. Shark attacks on humans dropped worldwide in 2008 to their lowest level in five years, apparently because the recession has curtailed seaside vacations. Researchers confirmed 59 shark attacks on humans in 2008, down from 71 the previous year and the fewest since 2003. ...
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