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Yes, they actually did the math. Ian Steadman, who is a staff science and technology writer for New Statesman. Steadman was curious about the statistics behind Uruguay's Luis Suarez and his now-infamous chompers; what are the odds of being bitten by the soccer player?

Steadman concluded that the odds of being bitten by Suarez were 1 in 2,000 whereas the odds of being bitten by a shark are 1 in 3,700,000.

You can read Ian Steadman's full analysis, facts and figures and all, from New Statesman