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Let’s end the war on sharks! In a performance protest against the Australian shark cull and the global slaughter of sharks, a woman risks it all to dance on the sea floor with swarms of tiger sharks up to 17 feet long without any dive or protective gear. And the message, “End the War on Sharks” resonates throughout this piece…
Teaming up with Emmy Award winning cinematographer and photographer Shawn Heinrichs, and the world’s leading authority on interactions with large “predatory” sharks, Jim Abernethy, the trio embarked on a dangerous mission, the likes of which has never before been attempted.
originally posted by: defcon5
BTW, the highest number of human attacks in the world is in Florida (specifically Volusia County FL).
originally posted by: havok
While I enjoyed the movement of an attractive woman dancing with sharks....
I am 100% positive we are all grateful her swim wasn't during her time of the month or natural cycle. The outcome may have been much worse.
Can you dive on your period? Yes! Many female scuba divers may be worried about shark attacks, bleeding underwater, and other considerations when diving while menstruating,...
Thankfully, sharks are not going to smell your blood and come chasing after you if you dive while menstruating. Studies have been conducted to observe sharks' attraction to human blood. Sharks appear curious, but not aggressive when human blood is in the water.