Saturday, February 11, 2023


 Listen......... i do not  do sympathy......... only reserved for the terminally ill .........not the dying ....they are dead ........and gone........ and  do not  care  ......or  give a fuck ......but  human beings in  general  i   do not  give sympathy to  its  just  how i am  ......but when you swim with sharks ....... you deserve to get your head bit off .....really....... it's a  thing you should not be doing ....... sharks do not like us at all ....only for food ......that's it  .......we  cannot  hang out with them a club....... or  pet them .......they should be left alone .....the word wild  is not  to be taken lightly  it means untamed and  not good  wild this ......wild that ......never a good   relationship .....why do men  usually Caucasians........  want to  befriend wild animals...... they do not like us ...... we take their  land ..... and  fuck over the  environment like the Bastards we are ....... we bulldoze  forest  for us to live in...... and we  get pissed  ......when bears end  up in the back yard  .....human beings are the lowest on the food  chain........ or  caring .......there are a few ........ a very few ......... who care but there are 8 billion fuckers on the planet ........less than a million care i bet .......human beings are just ignorant by default........ i praise all who care ........ but there are  not that many  .......if all 8 billion  had a feeling of worth and  helped the world would be a  great place   ........but between billionaires .....the  ignorant ..........and  third world  .......the planet  is  doomed doubt  ........the writing is on the wall......... and we think we are a higher species.......  .......yet animals know when a tsunami hits .......... and we don't .....go figure .......and tsunamis .....well they take a few thousand or more in essence  no pity for anyone who wants to play with wild animals .....they simply cannot stand us's  just a fact ,..........

and i bet you this diver will not be  doing that again !!!!!!!!........

In rare attack, great white shark decapitates diver in Mexico. But why?

A great white shark swimming among fishes.
A great white shark swimming among fishes.
A great white shark swimming among fishes.
A great white shark swimming among fishes.

It is extremely rare for a great white shark to bite people around the head and shoulders. (Image credit: Shutterstock)

A fisher was recently decapitated by a 19-foot-long (5.8 meters) great white shark while diving for ax tripe, a scallop-like mollusk in Mexico. The tragic event made headlines because of the unusual nature of the attack.

Manuel Nieblas López, who was in his 50s, was attacked Jan. 5 in Tobari Bay along the Gulf of California off Mexico. At the time of the attack, López was collecting the shellfish at a depth of between 36 and 59 feet (11 and 18 m) using a surface-supplied air source — a scuba-like apparatus that connects the diver to a compressed air source on a boat through a series of pipes,  according to, a website that records all global shark attacks. Two other fishermen, who were on a support boat when the attack happened, witnessed the shark "impressively ripping off his head and biting both shoulders," said Jose Bernal, who spoke for the surviving fishers, according to


Sharks rarely bite people. When they do, they typically grab the legs or torso after mistaking the person for prey, such as a seal, then release the victim after realizing the mistake. But a shark biting a person's head or shoulders is extremely rare, experts told Live Science.

This type of attack is so rare that Greg Skomal, a marine biologist at the University of Boston and head of the shark program at Massachusetts Marine Fisheries, has never heard of it occurring. "As rare as shark bites on humans can be, decapitation is even more rare," added Chris Lowe, the director of the Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach.

So what could have caused this unusual type of attack?

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As with almost all shark attacks, "mistaken identity" is likely the main reason why the shark attacked López, the experts said.

"If sharks are excited and hungry, they make rash decisions and bite what — in the heat of the moment — they consider a potential prey item," said Gavin Naylor, a marine biologist at the University of Florida who runs the International Shark Attack Files (ISAF) at the Florida Museum of Natural History. "Remember that predators have to think quickly," he added, and if they hesitate it "can leave them hungry."

A seal swimming near the ocean's surface.
A seal swimming near the ocean's surface.

Experts believe that the shark likely mistook the diver for a seal or similar prey animal. (Image credit: Shutterstock)

Sharks don't have great vision, which makes it hard for them to distinguish between prey and humans. Because of this, around 60% of shark attacks recorded by the ISAF occurred in murky waters with reduced visibility, Naylor said. (There is no mention of the water quality in any reports of the most recent attack, so it is not possible to know for sure if this played a role.)

The Sun reported that López may have avoided the attack if he had been wearing a brightly colored wetsuit to help him stand out from seals, which had been advised by local authorities. But the experts are unconvinced by these claims.

"It is a difficult hypothesis to test," Skomal said. "Since most wetsuits are black or darkly colored there is no way to tell statistically whether there is a trend there or not," Lowe added.

However, the diver's fishing activity likely played a role in misleading the shark into thinking he was a prey animal, the experts said.

The smell of the shellfish concentrated around the diver "could have lured the shark to the area," Lowe said. "Any time someone is fishing — whether for fishes or invertebrates like scallops or lobster — sharks are drawn to the smells in the water and the vibrations of struggling animals," Naylor added.

"It is also possible that [due to his position on the seafloor] he resembled a sea lion foraging," Skomal said.

A great white shark approaches a cave diver.
A great white shark approaches a cave diver.

An up close look at a great white from the safety of a shark cage. (Image credit: Shutterstock)

Fishers like López had been warned to avoid fishing in the area due to an increase in shark activity during December and January, when pregnant female sharks enter the area, Newsweek reported. In December 218, another fisher was killed after being attacked by a great white shark shortly after jumping in the water, according to

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López's position on the seafloor may explain why the shark attacked his head and shoulders.

"It was the most accessible part of the person's anatomy," Naylor said. Most scallopers essentially "walk along the bottom" so the shark could not have approached the victim from underneath and approaching from the side would have likely left the shark open to a potential counterattack from its prey, he added. Lowe agreed that "the person's orientation in the water relative to that of the shark" plays a key role in where they are bitten.


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It is also possible that the shark deliberately went for the head "to quickly incapacitate the perceived prey," which has been suggested by some shark attacks on seals, Skomal said.

However, it is hard to say what happened in this case with any certainty.

"In most cases, we just don't know" why a shark attacks someone, Lowe said. "As you can imagine, it is very difficult to discern the motivation of the shark without detailed information of the situation prior to the bite."

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