Aim for the gills: seven ways to survive a shark attack | New York Post

Shark attacks are no joke. So how do you avoid becoming their next victim? The New York Post spoke with Dr. Charles Bangley — of the Fish and Invertebrate Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian — to learn how to avoid and survive being attacked by one of these fearless fish as a part of Shark Week. Bangley suggests poking the deadly animal in its eyes or gills. He also reassures us that these apex predators are rarely really looking for humans to snack on.

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