Is it true that most shark attacks take place in less than 6 feet of water?
Most shark attacks do indeed take place in less than 6 feet of water. It's not what it appears though. Think about it. At what depth is the largest concentration of people in water that sharks inhabit? At the beach, most people won't go out in the water when it's over their head. Most people are under 6.5 feet tall, so it makes sense that they will stay in water 6 feet and under. I think the majority of shark attacks occur in less than 6 feet of water due to the concentration of people and the noise level that attracts sharks.
by rutley 6 years ago
Are you afraid you'll get bitten by a shark if you swim in the ocean?Did I watch Jaws to many times?
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
Do you have a fear of Shark Attacks?I wonder how many people are really afraid of sharks? Do you hear the Jaws music playing in the background when you go to the beach. Do you worry that a shark will attack you or a loved one. Tell us all what you think.
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
PETA thinks so.http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/food/is- … o-2572348/
by breanna_banana 7 years ago
If You were to be an animal, or fish, from the ocean what would you want to be!?Would you want to be a dolphin, shark, coral reef, puffer fish, or any kind of salt water (aka, OCEAN) What would you want to be!?
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
Do you believe sharks should fear man or man should fear sharks?
by IzzyM 5 years ago
Why do people continue to swim or surf in what they know are shark-infested waters?Every year people are attacked by sharks in shark-infested waters, yet they seem surprised? I simply don't understand why people enter waters where they know sharks frequent.
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