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Its tail swayed slowly from side to side pushing the hunters body through themurkywater All signs of motion were non-existant except for the rhythmic movement of thewater over the five gill slits on either side of its head Slowly gaining speed theshadyfigures unmoving eyes fixed on its target a lost harbor seal pup As the distancebetweenthe predator and its prey grew closer the jaws of the massive fish drew forwardexposing nearly eight rows of razor sharp teeth Strings of its previous meal hunginrows from between its teeth Sensing danger the harbor seal frantically tried tofind aplace to seek refuge but it was too late The jaws of the shark closed around the sealwithan astounding 14000 pounds of pressure cutting the seal in half The Great White sharkclaims another victim1 Any one whos seen the famous movie series Jaws maylook at the Great WhiteShark in a similar manner Perhaps its the way that Hollywood uses a mix of fact andfiction in the series This may have frightened many people into hating the Great Whitefor its ferocity It might have also been the size of the shark in the moviethats keptthousands of people off the beaches and out of the water Better yet it could have beenthe overall storyline A Great White shark with an eating disorder and a taste for humanflesh Perhaps thats what is keeping vacationers from grabbing their trousers andsnorkels Over all there have been 1026 attacks on humans by sharks in the lastten yearsOnly 294 of these attacks have been linked to Great White sharks Thats roughly thenumber of people who drown each year in swimming accidents Of these 294 attacks lessthan eighteen percent were fatal Out of the eighteen fatal incidents more than seventypercent was contributed to loss of blood This means that the shark didnt kill thevictim The shark bit the victim and then released them also known as the taste test The sharksamples the victim by nibbling on an
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