Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Great whites 'plan' attacks

Pre-planned and perfectly executed.
Great white sharks do not aimlessly wander the ocean waiting to stumble upon their next meal.

Instead, the biggest sharks identify a location from which to strike, and then search the surrounding killing zone for their next victim.

That suggests that the sharks use a premeditated hunting strategy akin to that used by some human serial killers.


Via: BBC News

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