Why do people constantly feel the need to put themselves in the middle of nature where they don’t belong. Bark week. If something would have gone seriously wrong the shark probably would have been killed even though it didn’t ask for those guys to invade its home.
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To learn more. Eco tours and recreational activities like these are great because people learn more and become more aware and hopefully more compassionate about our ecosystems. Bark week. Anyways this guy I’m pretty sure was a master diver which probably helped him. Shark wouldn’t have been put down (this isn’t a zoo it’s the ocean) and it would have been a freak accident that’s all.
If we never explored the oceans or other territory we wouldn’t be as developed in society as we are. We have gained so much by exploring and learning about our surroundings, we didn’t appear on this earth with pre-built cities so where exactly is ‘our home’? We invaded some area of nature and built on it, you mad at our ancestors too? He put himself in a cage instead of putting the shark in a sea life Centre. There’s just no winning for people nowadays with people like you. Get over yourself, pompous prick.
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A man in a cage in the ocean is a tiny spec of an issue. Hes not stopping any animal get at its food or go where it wants and this was just a freak accident. Calm down, let people explore and enjoy themselves, hes causing no harm to anyone or anything. Just like people freaking out in Florida about alligators comping into their backyard. Deer, raccoons and other wildlife. Everyone complains that wild animals are coming into their neighborhoods. Where are the animals supposed to go? Everyday bulldozers are plowing down trees and new shopping centers are going up along with houses. Where are the animals supposed to to go? Where? Oh lets just put the animals in zoos behind glass and other types of enclosures so we can just go look at them since we’re killing off all the ones living in our neighborhoods.
If humans never went in the ocean, the earth would come unstuck very quickly. We need to go into oceans and ‘invade’ sealife home so we can monitor so many different things. We have discovered so much history and so many more species. Sea life has also inspired modern technology and in some cases modern medicine. Not only does it help our development, it also assists in predicting natural disaster. Earthquakes and tsunamis can be predicted in some cases and potential earthquakes are being monitored as we speak by humans who ‘invade’ the space. It’s all developments and ‘invasion’ that could help save thousands of lives in the event of natural disaster or potential disease.