1. Sharks are plenty common in this part of Mexico, just because you don't see them doesn't mean they aren't there.
2. It is way more complicated and multi-pronged than just 'the float was there and caused it', there are lots more factors involved and i am not going to get into discussing them in open forums for various reasons.
3. It was not a white shark, we are way south of their areas.
4. Definitely a bull shark as by the bite being analyzed. Not a croc.
5. Part of the words 'said' by the uni professor we taken from an unauthorised forwarding of an audio he sent in reaction to the incident as was reported by one of his ex-students.
6. My credentials are I am a marine biologist (not just a tour operator) who has also worked on white shark research programe in S.Africa and have several diplomas and courses in shark conservation, biology and management.
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