It’s been a while since I last did a post so sorry about that. I have been caught up with a lot of work and many things that needed to be completed with our diving shop here in San Diego. I think I was able to at least get you all of your questions which I am reminding you, you can keep on sending here.
In today’s article (and hopefully it won’t be the last one for a long time – I’ll try and be consistent) I will be talking about certain animal attacks you may come across in your diving experience and hobby. Obviously if you are diving in the ocean – especially out here in California, you are going to be facing some very large sea animals that can get pretty aggressive.
First thing that comes to mind are the sharks: if you open a book that speaks of sharks or even if you google it, you will see tens of different types of sharks, each with its own unique attack methods. Generally speaking, as we know, these animals don’t like human flesh. However, if you keep swinging your feet back and forth and have some kind of bleeding cut, you are just asking for it. Although sharks don’t prefer humans in their diet, they can get pretty hungry with the decrease in sea animal population (the different fish and even the weeds that feed those fish.) So they can for some reason snap out of their healthy diet, and decide to eat some junk food: humans.