The U.S. ranks first in the world in unprovoked shark attacks
A kind 64 year old woman I got bitten on my foot while practicing “paddle board surfing” on the beach this Friday New Smyrna Beach (Northeast Florida, USA), must be transferred to a hospital in the area.
The shark attack occurred early in the morning when the woman was sitting on a wooden board about 8 or 10 feet deep (2.5-3.05 meters) south of the beach pier, where she collected 6 straits.
That woman’s foot hurt The severity of the injury is unknown.
This is the first shark recorded in a shark attack this year Volusia, Located where the beach is.
The U.S. leads the world in numbers Unprovoked shark attack According to the annual report of the International Shark Attack File (ISAF) in Gainesville, Florida (Northern State), by 2020, there will be 33 confirmed cases.
These 33 cases accounted for 58% of the global total, a decrease compared with 2019, when 64% of unprovoked attacks occurred in American waters worldwide.
In the United States, Florida, A total of 16 attacks (no deaths) occurred by 2020, Shark bites, Has maintained the number one position for decades.
‘S beach New Smyrna Beach According to CNN, it is informally called the “Shark Attack Capital of the World” because it is usually the country with the most shark attacks in Florida.