Women survive shark attacks better than men

Women survive shark attacks better than men

Ladies are more inclined to survive shark attacks as per another study.

Australian scientists found that men were bore 84 percent of all shark assaults. Then again, men made up 89 percent of all shark bite fatalities. Specialists said that this implies that ladies are measurably more prone to stay alive amid shark attacks.

It was said that specialists twofold checked the results on the grounds that they were so astounded by the discoveries.

"Possibly men are more likely to get inside the water, and are more hazard inclined," scientist Daryl McPhee of Bond University in Queensland said.

The most recent study additionally uncovered that Australia had the most noteworthy number of deadly shark attacks around the world. In addition, the number of shark bites has tripled lately.

The study demonstrated that there were 32 lethal shark bites recorded in Australia somewhere around 1982 and 2011. Scientists noted that there were 171 unwarranted bites amid that time.

"Of the six nations where shark bites are most pervasive, Australia really recorded the fourth least rate of bites that were deadly at 18.7 per cent, regardless of having the most elevated number of aggregate fatalities," McPhee said.


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