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PADI SHARK SPECIATLY Sharks are often misunderstood but this course may change your perception about sharks.

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Have you ever wondered why sharks attack people?

Have you ever wanted to know more about how sharks live?

Chances are that you've been scuba diving with sharks all along. The truth is you’ll be lucky if you get to see a shark underwater. They are a rare privilege to observe. In fact, did you know that you’re statistically more likely to be struck by lightning than get bitten by a shark?

Be prepared. Whether on a guided shark dive or just looking for a chance encounter, you should learn what type of sharks might be in the area and find out how they’re likely to behave. Dive with a group in the daytime. Scuba divers on their own and in low visibility are more at risk than in shark-infested waters. Sharks often swim just beyond steep inclines so look out into big water as you descend to catch a glimpse. Often the first divers into the water are the only ones who get to see a shark as it swims away from the unwelcome intrusion of a dive boat and the scuba divers.

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