Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks
Great White Sharks Attacks

Although sharks are often categorized as killers that hunt and eat as many humans as they can, this is factually inaccurate. Sharks very rarely kill humans. A person has a greater chance of being struck by lightning or drowning in a bath than of being killed by a shark. Only 74 people have been reported killed by great whites in the last century. But great white sharks can reach six meters in length and weigh 2,200 kilograms or more.

Great White Sharks Attacks

With frightening jaws that can hold up to 3,000 teeth arranged in several rows, they could very easily kill and eat a helpless human in the water. Why is it, then, that most people survive attacks by great whites? Shark researchers are trying to comprehend the reasons that allow people to escape without being eaten.

Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks

Great White Sharks Attacks
Great White Sharks Attacks