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White Shark



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This graph indicates that males utilize ocean waters far more often than females, engaging in activities like surfing or boogie boarding, and are therefore more likely to have an interaction with a white shark, and be mistaken for their natural prey items. For further information, see the ISAF 2013 Worldwide Shark Attack Summary and the Carcharodon carcharias biological profile.

Data current as of: July 8, 2014

© International Shark Attack File
Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida