What Visual Cues Stimulate Sharks?

Bikini bait test suggests sharks not motivated by sights, scents of human flesh.
2:05 | 11/21/11

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There's no doubt that wearing as little as they are good girls feel more exposed and vulnerable to the large reef sharks. That has been -- -- around them. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In Florida -- -- three sharks are responsible for 60% of all human attacks. And add up to seven feet long black kids in South Africa by the biggest sharks in the world. Without even wet suit for protection the girls are especially vulnerable to even a slight dip in the -- -- and he. Their goal it's not -- And what's visual -- But also to demonstrate. -- even when presented. Sharks aren't broke despite. We know are not content on its shocks could very innocently taking -- behavioral -- Really -- not yet. -- -- -- And interacting with my time. And on the findings -- more than just. Talking we want this in. The girls in bikinis staged as students may not -- -- -- yeah. But they have clearly demonstrate to -- -- Sharks are not motivated by the -- horse sense. Nor -- bright colors and. I'm -- what they always do decide.

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