Our Site  SharkAttacks .net Focuses on


and is intended for

ordinary people who plan to participate in water activities where sharks with the ability and have been known to injure, kill, or consume land animals (In our case us Humans) venturing into the waters for recreation, a necessity, accidentally, or harvesting resources.

Each person or parent who is thinking of entering the water should know of the shark attacks dangers that exist. Have access to accurate shark attacks information, suspected shark attacks information, sharks biting boats, sharks eating humans, etc., in the area or activity you will be participating in.

You should also know the area you’re visiting their shark policies, shark warning procedures if there are any and any dangerous sharky areas. Also, any other information enabling you to try and make an educated decision if you should proceed into the water or stay on land. Your choice is a crucial decision to make many victims of shark attack just made the wrong choice, that day.

Currently finding this type of information is hard to find. Many times I have seen people ask shark attack researchers/experts about shark attacks and receive information about bees, coconuts, vending machines, car accidents, toasters, chairs, etc. Do not worry; we are not going to bore you with things that have nothing to do with shark attacks.

Here at Shark Attacks, we would like to add a few of our thoughts and experiences to your current Shark Attack knowledge. There might be a piece of information here at Shark Attacks that might help you when you are thinking of entering the water.

The first thing we would like to try and explain to you is the term – Unprovoked –    shark attacks.    –  Unprovoked – is the most powerful word in all the shark attack information you may find, read, watch on television or have access to. This word Unprovoked is also the most dangerous word for ocean goers if you do not understand the true meaning.

Please follow the link below to learn about the ” Unprovoked ” Shark Attacks.

Unprovoked Shark Attacks