Shark attacks seem to be on the rise in many parts of the world, and although they are still regarded as rare events, the odds can increase depending on where you swim, surf or boogie board
While humans are at a greater risk from tornadoes and even dog attacks, we just can’t seem to shake our collective fear of the deep and the mighty jaws that lurk somewhere the sea.
If you are planning a beach vacation, you might want to steer clear of the following known shark-infested waters.
Statistically, these are among the most dangerous beaches for deadly shark attacks.
Whenever articles about beaches around the world come up in your social media feeds – or indeed, when you search the Internet for them – it’s the most beautiful ones that people always write about.
From the oft-visited shores of the Caribbean and Hawaii, to more remote idylls such as the South Pacific and Raja Ampat, Indonesia, the story about beaches is usually a sunny one.
But what about beaches you’d be better off avoiding? Some of the world’s beaches are downright dangerous – including some of the ones you might be tempted to visit, if you didn’t know better.
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