Sharks Prefer To Attack Men 9 Times More Than Women

Sharks Prefer To Attack Men 9 Times More Than Women

CFE7DHSharks are nine times more likely to kill men than women, new research from Australia shows.

Men are targeted in 84 per cent of all unprovoked shark attacks, and make up 89 per cent of all shark bite fatalities – which means that women are statistically more likely to survive a shark attack.

The numbers are from a study out of Bond University in Queensland to be published in the international journal Coastal Management this week. […]

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