Spring Break: Avoid Shark Attacks

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Sharks have everything a scientist dreams of. They’re beautiful―God, how beautiful they are! They’re like an impossibly perfect piece of machinery. They’re as graceful as any bird. They’re as mysterious as any animal on earth. No one knows for sure how long they live or what impulses―except for hunger―they respond to. There are more than two hundred and fifty species of shark, and everyone is different from every other one.
— Peter Benchley, Jaws

Thousands of young adults tired of the winter blues and hungry for the beach line America's coastline during annual spring gatherings. Increasing numbers of sharks are enjoying this rush of youth too and come ever close to the shoreline, no doubt swimming with the sharks tourist attraction and global warming have sharks curious and appetite wet. These apex predators are not out to get us per se. What every student should know before getting their toes wet, how to avoid a shark attack, the details, h/t How Stuff Works.