Last week's question: A Colorado man who previously had been mauled by a bear and bitten by a rattlesnake has survived his third wildlife encounter — a shark attack in Hawaii. If Dylan McWilliams were to write a memoir about his wildlife experiences, what title could he give the book?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Hot stuff


THE WINNER: "You Want a Piece of Me?"
Barbara Berryman, Brookhaven, Georgia

SECOND PLACE: "Thrice Bitten, Won't Die"
Jennifer Keifer, Danvers, Massachusetts

THIRD PLACE: "Prey Tell"
Dean M. Kilgore, Austin, Texas


"Where the Wild Things Gnaw"
Misty Dwyer, Rutland, Massachusetts

"Maul of the Wild"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Thrice Bitten Nice Guy"
Jim Kulakoski, Port Orange, Florida

"Weathering Bites"
Jason Danielian, Homewood, Illinois

"Fangs for the Memories"
Paul Barstow, Rancho Palos Verdes, California

"An Inconvenient Tooth"
Christopher Leggette, Robbinsville, New Jersey

"Guess Who's Becoming Dinner?"
Bruce Carlson, Alexandria, Virginia

"Bite Me!"
Kathy Moore, Middleton, Wisconsin

"Born to Run Away"
Tim Mistele, Coral Cables, Florida

"Paws, Jaws and Gauze"
David Waimon, Winnetka, Illinois

"Where the Riled Things Are"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"A Man of Good Taste"
Greg Martin, La Crescenta, California

"Bro Appetit"
Rick Mayer, Hudson, Wisconsin

Susan Ehrlich, San Francisco

"Shark, Rattle, and Maul"
Debbie Hammes, St. Charles, Illinois

"Sharks and Rattlers and Bears, Oh My!"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York

"Bearly Alive"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"White Fangs"
Jason Aborn, Temple, New Hampshire

"Fifty Shades of Black and Blue"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pennsylvania

"The Bite-sized Adventurer"
Susie Becker, San Rafael, California

"Thrice Bitten, Never Shy"
Jim Daly, Thousand Oaks, California