Every couple of weeks or so someone in Australian waters gets attacked by a shark. In fact, Australia is getting the reputation for being the shark attack epicentre of our planet.
It’s always a shock and everyone becomes outraged about the attack. Why is this happening? What shall we do about it? Should we build a net around Australia to stop the shark attacks?
The answer is simple really. Sharks will attack us only if we are wet. They will attack us if we invade their domain and they may also attack us if they are peckish.
They will not come into your home while you are watching TV or having dinner or having a bath or whatever.
So it’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth the risk to play in the shark’s milieu. If you choose to do so don’t complain cause you’re the one doing the home invasion.
Sharks are only doing what they are programmed to do, that is swim, search for food , attack, eat and reproduce. In a way, we are programmed to do the same thing as the sharks but we should stick to our own territory when we do so.