Shark AttacksWe are trying to bring a common sense look at Shark Attacks for those ordinary people that use or plan to use the oceans for recreational activities or harvesting resources.
Unprovoked Shark Attack
Do you understand what an Unprovoked Shark Attack is?
An Unprovoked Shark Attack is a shark attack that meets all the guidelines A ten-member board of Elasmobranch Researchers and Stakeholders devised to find CERTAIN Shark Attacks for their studies and stakeholders interest.
The shark has to attack you correctly. You are allowed to do certain things and not able to do others. Others near you are allowed to do certain things, but they can not do certain things, there is a long list of guidelines you or anyone else can or can not do. You need to have pictures, doctor’s reports, witness statements. Some of the guidelines are very strict while others are relaxed. You don’t even have to be injured to get an Unprovoked Shark Attack.
This type of shark attack is the strictest classification of shark attack there is. Only about half of us shark attack victims will be able to prove our shark attack was an “Unprovoked Shark Attack and get everything “Confirmed.”
Look at this picture you can see my little dot. Only a shark attack that has been investigated and found to be a confirmed unprovoked shark attack can get a dot on this map.
The settings above shows Lemon Shark checked, the year 1976 -1977 and Non-fatal at my attack location Delray Beach Florida USA. That’s me 1976 Lemon shark attack survivor – Right arm amputation from by a seven foot Lemon Shark
Before you look at their new map of unprovoked shark attacks.
Do you know what a Non-unprovoked shark attack is?
(The New Unprovoked Shark Attack Interactive Map)