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Five days later, and 45 miles to the north, in Spring Lake, New Jersey, Charles Bruder, a young bellhop at a local hotel, met a similar fate. Then, something even stranger happened. The rogue great white traveled 30 miles north of Spring Lake and into Matawan Creek. On July 12, Lester Stillwell, 11, was playing in the creek 16 miles inland when the shark attacked. A young man named Watson Stanley Fisher attempted to save the boy, but was fatally injured in the process.
Joseph Dunn was luckier. Update: In , however, Benchley denied the connection in a correction to a New York Times article.
He would know. He presides over the archive, which includes case files for more than 5, attacks that occurred from the 16th century up to today. From the records that exist, what is your sense of how the general public reacted to the attacks? I see a common pattern around the world. When shark attacks occur, there is obviously shock. Then, the second phase is denial—denial that it was done by a shark. It has to be done by something else. The third phase is the feeling that if we shuffle it under the rug, maybe it will disappear.
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The fourth phase is realizing that none of those things are working and that we probably need to go kill some sharks. The phases they went through in New Jersey were the same. These days, there is more of a level view of sharks. Back then, this was brand-new and terror-driven. What were some of the theories? It must be a sea turtle.
Someone suggested it was a school of turtles that was coming in and biting things. A killer whale was suggested as well. The theories abounded and were allowed to get out unchecked into the media simply because there was not a forceful scientific authority that really knew what was going on to step right in and try to level the conversation. He knew something about sharks. Then, there was the director of the New York Aquarium, Charles Haskins Townsend, who was a good ichthyologist as well.
He knew his sharks and dealt with them in an aquarium. Robert Cushman Murphy, another American Museum of Natural History guy, was working with sharks in Long Island and knew something about what sharks were there and when. They very accurately portrayed the suite of species that were found in the area. They knew some of the timing of when the species appeared.
So, they went through the checklist the same way I did, frankly, with a bunch of media calling me about the recent Cape Cod attack. I said, look, here are basically the four species you are likely to see in this area. These two species are basically offshore species, and they only occasionally will wander into near-shore waters. You can probably eliminate those two. This one here is a ground shark that lives on the bottom and is not known to attack humans. We can probably eliminate that one. That means that your most logical one is this species. They were doing that same kind of thing.
One of them suggested that the white shark was the most likely candidate based on his knowledge of the sharks of the area and the habits of the shark. Very poor. Back in those days, sharks were basically unknown. There was little known about what was going on in terms of their movement patterns and their ecology. Heavy-shelled conchs are flipped over, and the snail extracted by use of suction and teeth Rosa et al. Young nurse sharks have been observed resting with their snouts pointed upwards and their bodies supported off the bottom on their pectoral fins.
Some suggest this posture may provide a false shelter for crabs and small fishes that the shark can ambush and eat Compagno et al. The nurse shark is an ovoviviparous species.
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The embryo has its own yolk sac, which is absorbed during development, and there is no placental nourishment from the mother. The nurse shark has a biennial reproductive cycle. After mating, gestation takes five to six months Compagno et al. Each pup measures cm It takes another eighteen months for the ovaries to produce enough mature eggs for the next breeding cycle. In the waters of the Florida Keys and the Dry Tortugas archipelagos, the reproductive behavior of the nurse shark has been regularly observed and studied.
Its copulatory behavior is among the best documented among sharks. Males approach females that are resting on the sea floor or are swimming just above it. A large number of males generally try to mate with a single female, often leading to females bearing numerous scars and bruises from male bites.
Females frequently try to avoid contact with males by swimming in very shallow water, where they can bury their pectoral fins in the sand Castro Predators There are no species that regularly prey on nurse sharks. However, some larger sharks are known to occasionally feed on them.
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Remains of nurse sharks have been found in lemon shark and tiger shark stomachs, and attacks on nurse sharks by bull sharks and great hammerhead sharks have been observed Castro Parasites Nematodes have been observed in the gills of nurse sharks in captivity at the New York Aquarium, U. The nurse shark was first described by Bonnaterre , as Squalus cirratus. The current scientific combination, Ginglymostoma cirratum was first assigned by Muller and Henle in The species name cirratum is translated from Latin as curl. Similarities in the reproductive cycle and molecular phylogenetic data indicate a close relationship between the nurse shark family Ginglymostomatidae and the whale shark family Rhincodontidae.
Castro, J. The biology of the nurse shark, Ginglymostoma cirratum, off the Florida east coast and the Bahama Islands. Compagno, L. FAO species catalogue. Sharks of the world. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of shark species known to date. A Field Guide to the Sharks of the World.
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No other information including weight is given. Comment: Only the top layer is arranged neatly as shown. The layers below appeared to be fish skin fish lips rather than fin needles. No net weight is stated on the cellophane wrapped product. Comment: The uncooked product was powdery. The picture on the box is not representative of the contents. A thick soup containing 10 gm of individual fin needles, a hint of crab meat and some thin slices of Chinese mushrooms. Quantitatively, the picture on the label is not representative of the contents.
A light saline solution containing gm of approximately 1. A thick soup containing 30 gm of long individual fin needles.