Shark attack statistics. In 2012, off the coast of the United States was up to 53 attacks, and all over the world, this number has 118.
The data were presented in a report prepared by the University of Florida.
Only 7 of 118 close encounters of the blue shark ended up dying. The researchers pointed out that more than half of the attacks occur in waters of the United States. Interesting is, however, an increase of incidents off the coast of Western Australia and the islands of Reunion. Are the most vulnerable group of surfers, 60% of attacks are what they are. This is mainly due to the presence of predators żerowiskach. 22% of the swimmers, divers and 8%.
Fragment of relationship for SEAFARI recently received from The Bahamas and the Caribbean [...] On the island of Coco Cay is full of tourist attractions: diving, snorkeling, parasailing, kayak tours. In all full of exotic fish-barracuda, lemon and nurse sharks. But recently, something happened and medium-sized sharks attack smaller fish about 20 meters from the shore. Nobody knows what's going on. The more I dive after a different "crap" and shows a sea for passengers in kayaks. Yes, that little fear ...
Similar reports received from the Florida-shark attacks caused fear among surfers-telling an eyewitness.
Co-author George Burgess explains: Accidents in Australia are associated with increased activity surfers żerowiskach great white sharks, popularly known as ludojadami, and the Reunion of the colony bull sharks. In most cases, the fault lies with the man.
Every year, people kill over approx. 30 million of these animals.