Why are people on the menu for sharks in Florida?
Shark attacks from '07 - '16 for Florida were 244. Next, was Austrailia with 139, and then Hawaii - 65, South Africa -41, South Carolina - 39, North Carolina & California - 33 & Brazil 10.
People are always on the menu for sharks. That they are spending more time in Florida right now, or procreating in Florida water areas lately, or currently swooping in for a convenient Florida snack, is simply part of their behavior. Their drifting habit will change eventually for some reason or another, but sharks will always be sharks.
Florida is a state where Sharks are common...however...many tourists visit here and are unfamiliar with knowing what to help prevent an attack....Wearing jewelry in the water is dangerous....not observing signs posted...it's not anyone's fault... it is a fact..there are sharks and so ALL swimmers must realize they are taking a chance swimming in the water where sharks have been sighted....
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