Did you know that Australia and USA have the highest shark attack history globally? Here are 12 USA beaches where you need to be very vigilant in the waters. One of them is even called “the shark attack capital of the world.”
Meet one of the largest coastal sharks on Earth; the Sandbar shark. But despite it’s large size and close resemblance to the Bull shark, it’s regarded as one of the safest shark species you could hope to swim with.
As its name suggests, the Caribbean Reef Shark is commonly found in Caribbean waters. It’s the largest apex predator in its ecosystem. However, there is some controversy concerning the practice of humans feeding this shark bait for divers to approach it for a closer look.
If you’re thinking of racing against a shark in the water maybe you should read our Shark Swimming Speed breakdown first. You’ll get to know about the fastest sharks in our seas and oceans today.
Bull sharks swim where most other sharks will not dare to enter; freshwater. Unfortunately, humans frequently enter the same kind of water too and this has led to some inevitable clashes. Find out how this shark species is able to adapt to freshwater and the special reasons why it enters fresh/brackish waters in the first place.
The stout and large Bull Shark species, also known as the Zambezi Shark, are found all over the world in the coastal areas of warm oceans. They can be unpredictable and aggressive, and also known for being able to live in freshwater as well as seawater.