Young sharks mistake humans for seals, study finds

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Young sharks mistake humans for seals, study finds

White sharks can mistake humans for their natural prey because they look the same when viewed from below, a study conducted at Taronga Zoo in Sydney has revealed.

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White sharks can mistake humans for their natural prey because they look the same when viewed from below, a study conducted at Taronga Zoo in Sydney has revealed.

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