For all the anti- shark media bashing we do here - rightfully so- once in a while the major media get sharks right. Today is one of those days.
A recent study in Australia reviewing the controversial shark netting program shows shark attacks up from the 1970's by a clear 28%. Where this study is absolutely correct is to also correlate the increased numbers of swimmers in the oceans as well:
Coming after a summer that has left even the most hardened surfies asking why there have been so many attacks, the draft report stresses it is simply because the state's increasing population means more people are going into the water.
Comprehensive shark management plans begin by understanding the roles humans play in tandem with shark attacks.
Hey, didn't we just post something similar last week?