People which have the form of relationship with sharks that it is best to most likely name the police about, are advocating for “shark attacks” to be rebranded as “shark incidents”. Yes, we’ve reached the purpose of shark assaults being cancelled. Nobody needs to harm Jaws’ emotions.
The Sydney Morning Herald studies that attendees at a latest shark symposium (I’m certain there’s no weirdos there) choose “bites” to “attacks” when referring to violent run-ins with the celebs of Sharknado.
Dr. Christopher Pepin-Neff stated the change in phrases “has been coming for a while”. Pointing to research that present roughly a 3rd of individuals concerned in shark “incidents” should not injured, Dr. Pepin-Neff commented that: “ ‘shark attack’ is a lie.” Strangely, he didn’t point out the two-thirds of those that lose a life or limb when child shark decides to take a chew, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo.
In an odd twist, Dr. Nathan Hart defended the choice of sharks to chow down on people: “Sharks don’t have hands so, if they want to explore something, they mouth it.”
And similar to that, single males all over the place are looking for thus far sharks.
Another proponent of shark assault rebranding is shark researcher Leonardo Guida. She’s beneath the loopy assumption that a few of us regular people truly consider sharks as man-eating monsters, saying: “(Removing “attack”) helps dispel inherent assumptions that sharks are ravenous, senseless man-eating monsters.”
Dr. Guida continued: “(Being referred to as an ‘incident’) helps improve the public’s understanding of sharks and how they behave.”
My solely takeaway right here is that these docs appear to be spending an terrible lot of time with the improper species. They ought to as an alternative focus their analysis on mammals, as a result of it’s apparent they’re bat sh-t loopy.