Why do sharks eat people?
Sharks mistake humans for seals, they do not deliberately target humans and usually spit them out when they note their mistake. But it is rare you would die from them. Because we taste bad to them. But you would lose a lost amount of blood.
While this may be true for shallow water sharks found off the islands of Hawaii and other coastal locations, the behavior of deep and ocean water sharks is far more predatory and unpredictable.
Sharks eat or attack people because they see them as their regular diet. They don't mean to eat us they just mistake. Some sharks actually let go because they realize that you are not good tasting or a part of its diet. We are not yummy to sharks. Compare you on a surf board on your tummy, a turtle, and a sea lion. Don't they look alike? That is why sharks eat people.
Sharks are carnivores which mean they primarily eat meat. Their diet can consist of different kinds of meat. Most sharks eat fish but larger sharks may eat seals, and other marine mammals. Sea turtles, baby whales and dolphins, larger types of fish and even squid can be found in a shark's diet. And no, sharks do not eat people. They may attack people because they are curious and often times mistake a person for their…
sharks dont really like the taste of people, which is why they usually let go, but there are some small sharks that could do nothing but nibble your finger. the whale shark is huge, but mainly eats small fish.even if you found your way into its mouth, it would just spit you out. so yes, many sharks dont eat people