Monday, November 17, 2008
Accident → Shark attack
All those males were attacked by the great white shark.
The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is an exceptionally large shark found in coastal surface waters in all major oceans. In 2000, there were 79 shark attacks reported worldwide, 11 of them fatal. In 2005 and 2006 this number dropped to 61 and 62 respectively, while the number of fatalities dropped to only four per year. Of these attacks, the majority occurred in the United States (53 in 2000, 40 in 2005 and 38 in 2006). Humans, in any case, are not healthy for great white sharks to eat because the sharks' digestion is too slow to cope with the human body's high ratio of bone to muscle and fat. Accordingly, in most recorded attacks, great whites have broken off contact after the first bite. Fatalities are usually caused by loss of blood from the initial limb injury rather than from critical organ loss or from whole consumption.
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|at least the dude's junk in the third picture isnt hurt!!|
|the man in the third picture is uncut|
good for the sharks, the Japanese and other countries are killing them so much, that in 40 years,
they will be a leyend only.
|Those sharks are sooooooooo beautiful.|
note: We are the ones killing them
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