Understanding Sharks: The Fascinating Behavior of a Threatened Hunter
Not many inhabitants of the sea instill so much fear and fascination. Shark expert Erich Ritter has spent thousands of hours face-to-face with sharks. From his observations he developed the first interaction concept for encounters between man and shark. He offers advice regarding what divers should do in certain situations. This is an exciting book that will prove fascinating to divers and anyone with an interest in these remarkable animals.
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Sharks as Gods and Causes of Accidents
Correcting Shark Myths
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actively ADORE ADORE-SANE angle of approach assumed bitten blacktip reef sharks blacktip sharks body language body lengths bony fish bull sharks Caribbean reef shark changes in water close considered Diet direction distance dive diver dorsal fin encounter example exploratory bite eyes factors fear of sharks focus frontal gills hammerhead sharks happen important individual space injuries inner circle interacting with sharks interpret interzone large number large sharks lemon shark look lower jaw mouth move movement Nervousness observed ocean pectoral fins person position possible predators reaction sand tiger shark scent scuba sense organs shallow water shark accidents shark approaches shark attacks shark behavior shark shows shark species shark swims SHARKPROJECT sharks and humans sharks react situation snorkel snorkler snout species of shark suckerfish surfers swim directly swim patterns teeth tion trigger turn unknown object upper jaw usually Walker's Cay water pressure water surface white shark