No. Very few shark species will attack a human unprovoked . Often, in stories one hears, a shark mistakes the figure of a human on a surf board for a seal. The best way to avoid sharks is to avoid splashing and not to cut yourself.
None, they are all out to kill, if you encounter one it will kill you. It will hurt, and you will bleed, a slow and painful death.friendusharks do not seek out and kill humans. Occasionally some sharks, such as the great white shark, attack humans because they mistake them for their preferred prey (seals in the case of the great white). Shark attacks are relatively rare, although I don't advise going up close with most species of shark without a professional. Most species of large sharks have been known to attack humans occasionally, although the whale shark (the largest species of shark in the world) are not known to have ever purposefully attacked a human, although an accidental blow from its tail could be dangerous.
The most dangerous shark species are the white shark, tiger shark and bull shark. The order of risk among these three species is difficult to establish. You might think that the white shark is the most dangerous to humans, however, the statistics say they are the tiger shark and bull shark which make a greater number of attacks on people. The difference is that the white shark attack is more potent and lethal, due to its greater size and power of his jaw.
These sharks represent a small threat to humans. According to the International Shark Attack File, there have been only 10 unprovoked attacks by lemon sharks, all occurring in Florida and the Caribbean. There have been no fatal attacks attributed to this species. The lemon shark does inhabit coastal waters which swimmers, surfers and divers commonly utilize. The low number of attacks by this species indicates that it is a minimal threat to humans.
No. Sharks are a species of fish, just like humans are a species of mammal. Apes are also a species of mammal but a baby human cannot grow up to become an ape, and a baby ape cannot become a human. So, cod, bass, ray, etc, are all species of fish, but a baby shark is the only thing which will ever become a shark.
Many sharks have the strength and size to eat humans but very few do. The great white shark, tiger shark and bull shark are all species which have been known to attack and kill humans. Positive identification of attacking sharks is very difficult since victims rarely make adequate observations of the attacker during the "heat" of the interaction. Tooth remains are seldom found in wounds and diagnostic characters for many requiem sharks (family Carcharhinidae) are difficult to discern even by trained professionals.
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