Why shark sightings and encounters are on the rise l GMA

ABC News’ Ginger Zee joins scientific researchers from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy on a mission to track and tag the creatures off the coast of Cape Cod.

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23 thoughts on “Why shark sightings and encounters are on the rise l GMA

  1. So when shark 3003 attacks and halves a swimmer, will you track it down and prosecute it, or ‘project’ it will get fatter and go after more human flesh?

  2. I bet you that shark was PISSED when he got tagged lol. He was probably being cool with humans and then booom he got tagged and he was like “ what tha”😡 🦈

  3. Now that the sharks are back that's great . what we have to protect now is the planet due climate change . The white that gets you is the one you don't see . 🦈

  4. Maybe yall should stop getting mad at the fauna and start working on the global warming created by humans to make them change territories just sayin.

  5. You kidding me? Shark attacks don’t happen as often as y’all think. Glad shark population is on the rise again after all the bs they went through.

  6. Orcas are the top predator of the oceans. Knew there would be a climate change angle. There are always sharks around you in the ocean, and people are not their prey. If you get bitten, is is almost always a mistake.

  7. Top Predator of the sea! Nothing cute or beautiful about that when shark attack is on the rise. The real question or the bigger problem is not why but what are we doing to protect people and beaches. Tagging and knowing names doesn't stop or hinder them from attacking people. There are some local and global/ popular beaches that are surrounded or filled with sharks. More needs to be done to protect tourists and locals apart from tagging and flying helicopter over beaches. 😤

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