Bull sharks are extremely aggressive animals and are known to attack people, but not on purpose. They have the highest levels of testosterone than any other animal on the planet, which is what makes them aggressive and dangerous and can be found hunting in our oceans and in our rivers.
Hammerhead sharks can be aggressive to humans, even when non provoked, and have attacked over 130 people, which resulted in 34 unprovoked fatalities. Tiger sharks are also aggressive hunters in the wild and can often be found hunting in the shallows off beaches in Florida.
Hammerhead sharks are not aggressive to humans, unless they are provoked, and they are not known to attack people either. But hammerheads are aggressive hunters in the wild and can often be found hunting in the shallows off beaches in Florida.
Red tides in Florida are caused by harmful algae blooms, which can kill fish, can be harmful to humans that swim, snorkel or scuba dive in the sea, or can make the shellfish and molluscs dangerous to eat. Red tides affect Florida in the months of August to November most years.
Oceanic whitetip shark vs great white shark are two shark species that mostly do not come face-to-face in the oceans, as they each prefer different sea temperatures. Great white sharks are on average 3.5 times larger by weight than oceanic whitetip sharks, but they are both formidable carnivores.
A buddy line in scuba diving is a strap that physically tethers two scuba divers together underwater to avoid separation in low visibility conditions. A buddy line is even more important and is used more often on low visibility drift dives, as there’s more risk of being split apart in a current.