posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:27 PM
reply to post by liquidsmoke206
sharks do? yer tellin me a fish, sharks, have dfferent personalities?
Different species of sharks respond differently, even if in the same situation; much like a personality. Even specimens of the same species can react
differently in the same situation.
Depends what you're doing, how experienced you are with Sharks. Many divers and swimmers do purposefully swim with Great Whites, I saw a video of one
actually grabbing the fin and hitching a ride. Like I said, tracking studies have been done and Sharks generally avoid dive sites, and when they
don't, no sightings, let alone attacks, are seen; I've dived in areas with Great Whites...
Or they are younger, or maybe just better at not getting scratched all to hell that that other dude. Damn, he'd been through the ringer,
So, is that an assumption, or have you swam with Sharks? I have. I've fed them with my hands... and clearly, Sharks often do act in different
Yeah right, I wonder how many legless surfers would try this one again? LOL, would you honestly heed your own advice on this one?
Your arguement only works with the most cherrypicked of situations. IF he is diving, then yes, he should heed that advice, it is usually given out in
dive briefings (with sharks).
then again, have they not found just about every object imaginable in sharks? everything from treasure chests to tires, body parts to ship
parts? it's like they're...machines!
Generally that only happens with Tiger Sharks, Bull shark, and Great Whites. The problem is, without context these are useless; how many sharks
actually have and do eat these things? What percentage?
so this thing just blindly swims around eating anything in it's way....but it's not a mindless eating machine nope....misconception all the
Don't think we're talking about Bull Sharks here. In any case, no sharks just swim around eating anything. Bull Sharks are territorial...
awww...look at the cute little shark checking you out by "nibbling" all your limbs off,
Sometimes sharks bite once then swim away. They don't stay and nibble limbs off...
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