FOVEAUX STRAIT (NEW ZEALAND)- Dive operators in New Zealand say the Government has done nothing to keep people safe from cowboy shark tourism companies operating in the Foveaux Strait, despite repeated requests to take action. Southern Aqua Adventures owner Mike Haines said on TVNZ that Maritime New Zealand was supposed
DUNSBOROUGH (AUSTRALIA)- Closed beaches and choppers in the air after two divers were charged by a great white in Western Australia. The sighting of sharks in the state leads to big caution in this part of Australia after the recent fatal attacks. The two divers escaped unharmed. The divers were at Three Mile Reef,
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH (USA)- The waters off the North Carolina coast are famous for different shark dives, but rarely are there great whites swimming around. Yet a couple of friends out on a Thanksgiving fishing trip found their boat being bumped into by a great white. About 18-foot long. A great
ROTTNEST ISLAND (AUSTRALIA)- White sharks off the Western Australian coast have a price on their heads. After the third fatal shark, Texan diver George Thomas Wainwright last weekend, attack in two months, the Western Australian government has ordered any great white sharks spotted off the south west coast to be
CAPE TOWN (SOUTH-AFRICA)- Clovelly Beach, near the South-African city Cape Town, is still closed. The waters are not safe yet. Last week a British swimmer was attacked here on september 28 by a great white and lost a leg. The shark is still there, gliding menacingly through swallow waters as
LONDON (UK)- Shark victim Michael Cohen from the UK, who was attacked last week in South Africa by a great white, had a fascination with Great Whites and for “years” repeatedly ignored warnings not to swim in the waters that are home to the world’s largest population of these predators.
COCKBURN SOUND (AUSTRALIA)- Different sightings of great whites in Cockburn Sound, Western Australia, led to an official warning by the local Department of Fisheries today. “People need to keep their personal safety in mind, while they are on the water.” A spokesman of the Department of Fisheries said. A great white