Worlds deadliest sharks -I
The Oceans, full of mystery have always attracted with their plethora of marine life. Recent years have seen an increase in the popularity of deep sea diving and especially scuba diving. Recreational diving gives you a chance to explore the beautiful underwater world. But while in the waters you are in the territory of the ocean predators and remain a venerable target of the food chain. Scuba divers with flippers at times can be perceived as sea lions by the sharks. Protection means awareness, if ever caught in a dicey situation you should know your predator well. After all they are the worlds most feared natural danger to man. In two posts I shall give you a list of Worlds deadliest sharks: 10) The lemon Shark This mammal can see colored images. Comes to lagoons to breed and gives birth in the mangrove roots. 9) Grey reef shark: Their group gets such a major feeding frenzy that they even bite each other in fury! Sand tiger sharks: also referred to as ragged tooth/ nurse sharks their predator instinct can be deterred from the fact that they eat sibling eggs as soon as they are born. They are very fearsome especially because of their ragged teeth. 7) Blue shark: One of the most beautiful sharks, this one hates the taste of steel! Found in New Zealand waters, it forms part of popular shark safaris. If you like you can cosy up with this one in a steel suit. 6) Hammerhead sharks: Don’t be taken in by the shape of their heads , this is what gives them greater agility, compared to others of their species. If you think by hiding you can get away from them you are mistaken, because they catch their prey though sensing electrical impulses. 5) Mako sharks: This biological torpedo is the fastest shark of the world. The cheetah of the sea its speed has not been properly measured reaching unto at least 31miles an hour.
Posted the 23rd January 2012 in the category Uncategorized by admin.
Tags: Blue shark, Grey reef shark, Hammerhead sharks, know sharks, lemon shark, Mako, ocean predators, scuba diving dangers, sharks, Travel