Keep an eye on the water in Florida because our Sunshine State just got named the Shark Attack Capital of the World…. again…
Although the numbers are lower than the five-year average, Florida still leads the pack… Just stay safe, stay alert and remember we are swimming in their home.
ISAF says the best way to survive a shark attack is to hit it in the nose and claw at its eyes and gill openings. “You should not act passively if under attack as sharks respect size and power,” ISAF says.
To avoid a shark attack, the group advises people to swim in groups, stay close to the shore and to not swim at dusk or dawn when sharks are most active.