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Western Australia’s Shark Attack Causes | SharkFest ctm magazine

Sharks have always been present off the coast of Western Australia, but starting in 2010 they become a problem when shark attacks triple compared to the previous decade.
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  • Mylward Gwynne on July 10, 2020

    just stay out the water

  • james harris on July 23, 2020

    That they don't Target people is absolutely absurd. Food is food. There's a very recent case where shark pulled a little girl out of a boat. Thankfully the child was saved by her father whom jumped in the water. Did the shark mistaken her for a seal I don't think so. There is another case in California where shark knocked a woman out of her boat. It had rammed her boat several times. She was rescued by people in nearby boats. It's the PC culture that won't allow us to say things as they truly are. Politically Incorrect sharks as it were.

  • Nikos Carabaguiaz on July 24, 2020

    Why dubstep ?

  • De🐝 on July 30, 2020

    In my opinion cage diving is viewed in a completely different way by the sharks.
    With their senses they are picking up the fish chump scent which is then pulled right up close to the cage where they are then getting a human shape visual,so the sharks link those two senses together = food or prey!
    In other words for people it's excitement and an adrenaline rush getting in the cage to see Great Whites!
    But for the sharks it's like they smell like our food so must be a new variety on the menu…. So attacks increase!
    You only have to look at it from a different point of view and it's clear as a bell!
    Same goes for fishermen sharks see humans as a fish attraction again, chum bags used to attract fish to catch in the fisherman's point of view.
    But again the sharks point of view is human = food/prey!
    Chum scent/human shape!

  • Matthew Holloway on July 30, 2020

    Surfer Nathan Berch knew there were 2 attacks in 1 day recently on that beach. He said " its natural when the waves are right to want to surf". Where is the disconnect to common since. He didn't get bit, but how can u b surprised that u had a run in with an aggressive shark.?

  • Matthew Holloway on July 30, 2020

    CONCLUSION-spikes in population r Causing attacks. BUT if u maintain we aren't food & people getting attacked when the beach is almost empty. Then YOUR THEORY IS BS. They won't dare blame shark conservation laws that r 20 yrs old.

  • Angry bird on August 1, 2020

    60 attacks in 10 years is danger and killing billions sea creatures in 1 day is ok? And even these attacks are due to us.

  • Steve Rivera on August 2, 2020

    If I get attacked by a shark will I hear heavy dubstep music?!?

  • Noobstar on August 18, 2020

    11 deaths that is still nothing compared to how many sharks are killed by people

  • Xander Cage on August 19, 2020

    You know when I read the comments about the dubstep with the sharks I thought it would be a long bass drop here and there, not a full Skrillex concert! 😆

  • John Towe on September 10, 2020

    Humans are pillaging the ocean of fish so I guess now they are forced to look further for food 🤔

  • Joe Settling on October 26, 2020

    Australia has always been a spot for sharks it’s not new.

  • Paul Redinger on November 16, 2020

    Do ya think the increase of people going to the beach and being able to afford to travel to the beach might be part of the increase of attacks? Just saying……

  • Kym on December 2, 2020

    Its because they've been protected now in Australia for 20yrs. Before then every commercial fishing boat along Southern Australia from Tasmania to Perth would catch them at any given opportunity for teeth or a nice set of jaws. A LOT were caught back then. Of course the numbers have grown now that they've pretty much been left alone.

  • Neil MacDonald on December 3, 2020

    This was a year ago..add thisbyears attacks to this and make a new documentary

  • Paul Powell on January 4, 2021

    I'm from Perth ,West Aussie. I'm sure we don't have cage diving in W A so I don't know how that could be a factor.

  • Living History on February 12, 2021

    You know, I already have thalassaphobia… This isn't helping

  • supalpal ka on April 9, 2021

    all peoles who swim in australia's seas is also called STUPID

  • Brichy95 on June 3, 2021

    Yeah I was still watching and they end the video like that… smh

  • Tony Watts on August 30, 2021

    No wash 🧼

  • SARAH on September 24, 2021

    Maybe sharks are fed up of humans polluting and over fishing the oceans.

  • momo aus on November 9, 2021

    Well that ended abruptly.

  • Dennis Savage on January 6, 2022

    Use drum traps to reduce shark attacks. What ever to save peoples lives.

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