The truth, though—like the truth that comes from actual science with actual numbers instead of some old fisherman telling an exaggerated story—is that while humans kill upwards of 100 million sharks every year, while in 2017 there were five human fatalities from a shark attack. “I hope that when the public use SharkMate, their views shift from sharks as the ‘monster of the sea’ to a vital part of our oceanic ecosystem,” Aubin explained. “SharkMate both keeps humans safe whilst also attempting to remove the stigma around sharks, which is the first step toward conserving these majestic animals. Here’s J. O. B.
His app, called SharkMate, takes over a dozen different factors into consideration before creating something called a “Likelihood Score. ” That, of course, is the likelihood of you getting Jawsed and dying in a great gushing torrent of your own blood, thrashing about and helplessly screaming at the ocean’s surface while your body is violently yanked deeper and deeper until finally, finally, that sweet darkness of death releases you from a pain and terror that you never dreamed would be your final experience.
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