Sunday, September 25, 2011 5:38:14 PM
Quotes: "There are just 67 deaths by sharks in the whole world. Often the shark may see a flash of white (a person's leg or arm) and mistake it for a fish. Sometimes people in dark wet suits are mistaken for seals. Many sharks are simply curious like Dolphins, but since Dolphins are of no threat and love to play with humans, the shark is menacing looking and the blame has been laid by scientists on the movie JAWS.
Much of the blame for a frenzy of sharks coming closer into shores of beaches is blamed on `baiters` for tour boats. They throw out blood and entrails of fish to entice the sharks just so the folks on the tour boats can see a real live shark. One shouldn`t play with mother nature!!! Now surfers and other beach goers are blaming these shark tours for more sharks sticking closer to shores of beaches."
Thursday, September 22, 2011 8:14:03 PM
How many thousands of people spend time working or playing in the water? It's disproportionate to say that there isn`t enough exposure to sharks because it isn`t taking into account every type of water activity tallied up together. Also, some people don`t have bathtubs, or use vending machines for example, and a certain percentage of those people would be in the water at least weekly, if not daily. Rant Rant Rant.