Guess what goes on in the mind of the shark?
should I eat him should I not?
if I eat him I must do sth with his camera.
Good morning friends and divers. surely this shark was not inteded to attack the diver. as explained colleague Dan Cook, we are not part of your diet. Most attacks are "caused" by bathers and surfers, rarely a diver. it takes dismistificar the image of this magnificent amimal and learn to respect them. after we killed miloes dels per year. Are we the great predator.
People are not part of a shark's normal diet. I guess if they are hungry enough or annoyed then they attack people but mostly they eat fish. Also that dive gear, wetsuit, camera, etc.. probably wouldn't taste good.
How did the diver survived? Is it true that sharks are mistaking us for seals? What chances would have a single diver meeting a single white shark if is any bleeding injury in the diver`s body? Would he attack if would smell a blood from the human?
@Nikola Grzesinski The shark you see here is actually in front of the man. White-tip shark only grows up to 1.6 m (5.2 ft). Still, this is a beautiful photo of how magnificent sharks are -like what lions are on land.
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