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Shark Attack Theories

@inproceedings{2014SharkAT,
  title={Shark Attack Theories},
  author={},
  year={2014}
}
  • Published 2014
  • 1. Sharks are hungry: Sharks like all animals are not hungry all the time (Wetherbee, et al, 2012; Semmens, et al, 2013). Research has also shown that large predatory sharks are extremely adapted to catching their prey and have been found to have a broad range of prey items in their stomach (Wetherbee, et al, 2012; Bruce, et al, 2006; Simpfendorfer, 2001) indicating a varied diet. Large predatory sharks also has the ability to remove large pieces of flesh from its prey, however, the vast… CONTINUE READING

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