Humans at Some California Beaches Are Swimming With Great White Sharks 97% Of the Time, Study Reveals | ABC7

The study looked at 26 beaches along Southern California and found great white sharks were mainly focused at two hotspots so-called aggregation sites at Del Mar and Carpinteria.

At the two hotspots, Rex found that people in the ocean at these aggregation sites are close to sharks 98% of the time. Sometimes just yards away.

See ABC7, via BoingBoing


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