Why Do Sharks Eat People?

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In general, sharks do not eat humans but they have been known to attack humans when they are mystified or curious. If a shark notices a human splashing in the water, it might try to inspect, leading to an unintentional attack.
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People are not on a sharks menu, well not exactly anyway. Most times, when sharks attack people, they probably resemble the shark's usual prey. So when a person is on a surf board on the surface, they may look more like a seal to a shark swimming below.
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