Shark Mystery: Where Have South Africa’s Great Whites Gone?

Shark Mystery: Where Have South Africa’s Great Whites Gone?

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CapeTown, South Africa. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care.

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The world’s most famous sharks are the great whites off Cape Town, featured in the popular “Air Jaws” series. But now these sharks have mostly gone missing, and some experts blame a fishery for depleting the smaller sharks that the great whites feed on…

Read Full Article, Yale e360 (08-06-2018)

Sharks, Victims or Perpetrators? IPS News (09-05-2013)
When it comes to humans and sharks, who is predator and who is prey? And what lessons need to be learned when people venture into environments where they are exposed to dangers posed by wildlife?…

How Should We Respond When Humans and Sharks Collide? National Geographic (07-05-2013)

What Should You Do if a Shark Attacks? A) Fight it? B) Play Dead? C) Swim Away? Guardian UK (07-22-2015)

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

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