How Should We Respond When Humans and Sharks Collide?

How Should We Respond When Humans and Sharks Collide?

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Shark attack expert Christopher Neff, a doctoral researcher at the University of Sydney, has studied how the public and governments respond to shark bites in North America, Australia, and Africa. He says that with more and more people using the ocean, the way we talk about shark attacks and the methods governments use to reduce the risk of shark bites have evolved over time…

Read Full Article, National Geographic

The Teeth Of The Great Debate, by Jock Serong, Coastal Watch
Why shark attack statistics tell us so much, and so little…

La Réunion Island Shark Controversy, Surfer Magazine

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