The Times recently covered shark attacks worldwide with a completely hysterical and not surprising bias. The following quotes were taken from that article.
By employing broad unsupported statements about sharks and the use of the classic "but experts have said" they continue to propagate fear in the reader about sharks. What we have here is a failure to communicate.
Quotes from the article:
1. " Another theory suggests that the killer shark off California may have been trying to protect a newborn pup".
2. "But experts have said that great white females are more likely to eat their offspring than protect them".
3. " Some argue that thriving seal populations are attracting sharks to tourist areas, especially during March and April when female sharks arrive in the warmer waters between California and Mexico to give birth".
When will media begin to report these unfortunate events from the sharks P.O.V?