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Every year shark attacks are reported worldwide. They have increased in the past decade with growing popularity and beach vacations. When travellers spend their day on a white beach and run excited towards the ocean to cool down, many tend to wonder about this cruel predator living beneath us. There are few persons that are as afraid of sharks as my travel companion and boyfriend Andri. He is the strap-a-knife-to-my-leg kind of person and is well prepared for fighting those killing machines. Therefore, I dedicate this post to him and to all those who generally want to avoid to end of the stomach of a shark. While sharks inhabit oceans all over the world, attacks are most frequent in Florida, Australia, Hawaii, South Africa, and California. So to begin with you might want to avoid these spots How to avoid getting eaten by a shark Don’w swim with jewelries. Before you put up your swim goggles and snorkelling pipe, be sure that you have removed all your jewelries. They tend to sparkle and have the same effect as a fish bate. Sparkling things draws the shark’s attention – which you want to avoid! Avoid swimming in murky water Swimming in dirty/murky water can increase the chance of a shark mistaking you for one of their usual prey sources like turtles or seals. Most sharks don’t have […]

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