Experts Baffled Why We Still Fear Massive Sea Predators

http://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/shark-attack-term-misleads-people–expert-20120104-1pl8b.html

World shark experts remain stumped that despite the level of knowledge we now have on these prehistoric killers of the deep, the general public is still scared of these 20 foot long soulless monsters that reside in our vast and mostly unknown oceans. Christopher Neff, a shark expert from the University of Sydney is carrying out a Phd on what he terms ”shark bite incidents”. The following key extracts from the article provide some welcome reassuring words for those that wish to enjoy their swims at Australia’s lovely beaches without the burden of fear weighing heavily on their shoulders that any point in time a razor sharp set of jaws will leap up and out of the water devouring it’s prey in swift and bloody precision. 

ROGUE sharks exist

develops a taste for human flesh

fatal encounters with these apex predators of the sea

Shark bites are scary

occasionally devouring human prey

humans provide low nutrition

sharks wanted to attack people

‘evidence sharks will attack man is complete’

 

Hopefully more articles like this can be provided to the public by such key experts to help allay unwarranted fears. Perhaps the next could be along the lines of “Spiders – Love Bites From Beneath Your Toilet Seat” or “Snakes – Not All Of Us Can Swallow You Whole”.

 

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6 Responses to Experts Baffled Why We Still Fear Massive Sea Predators

  1. Funny stuff. I look forward to reading more.

  2. It is baffling. How do these people get away with it year after year?

  3. HoaiPhai says:

    If people would only avoid the prawn-flavoured sunscreen maybe the sharks would leave them alone!

    • Ape No. 1 says:

      Prawn-flavoured sunscreen is technically a marinade but one could say the same thing about most popular coconut based sunscreens. Cracked me up that you thought up the concept of a prawn based lotion.

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