Yes. This is exactly what it says... an online way for you track, in real time, the ocean's most feared predator... sharks!
For the avid shark fan, it's an amazing tool. For the beach frequenting vacationer, it might get your blood pumping a little harder the next time you're ready to head into the surf. Just remember. We've always known sharks, BIG ones, were out there. They've been rooming the oceans for millions of years. Just because we can see where some of them are, doesn't mean they're any more likely to bite.
In one year in the U.S., sharks injured just 13 people while nearly 200,000 were hurt in accidents involving ladders, toilets and chainsaws. - Michael Reilly, Discovery
The picture above also confirms what shark experts have known for years... South Africa is a hot spot for great whites! Including "Success," a 3583 lb female tagged back in May of 2012. Just to give you an idea, Success is 16 feet 7 inches long.
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