If you've been following the debate over the controversial methods used by the crew of 'Expedition: Great White' (now called 'Shark Men') I invite you to focus your attention to one aspect of this issue. After analyzing the risks, whether real or implied, what type of newly gained information from the research would justify these risks, in your opinion?
Here's a video to catch you up on what's been happening. http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/iteam&id=8136819
Oh, the glory days of drenching the bay with the blood of majestic animals.
Site of the Richmond whaling station closed in the early 70s
Chopping the bait down to a smaller size. The bait used on this boat is skip jack tuna.
Sometimes the shark will launch itself from the deep in such a stealthy manner that the bait handler does not pull away on time. A small snack for the shark, but hardly a reason to stop eating its normal diet of large, fat rich seals.
First of all, no one, not even Andre Hartman or the guys from ‘Jackass’ are gonna get in the water during a feeding frenzy
The photographer managed to snap this photo just before the turtle ripped him to pieces. Witnesses say the turtle was actually 'smiling' as it tore through the poor diver's flesh.