Sharks: Why we need to protect the predators that hunt us
ABC Online, Other, 15/10/2020, Nick Kilvert
The instinct to kill the animals that prey on us has probably come in pretty handy in times past. Especially when we lived at low population densities in hunter-gatherer and agrarian societies, surrounded by big populations of creatures like wolves, lions, and sabre-toothed tigers. […] Today CSIRO research estimates there are around 2,200 adult great white sharks across the Australasia region, and that the population isn’t showing any signs of recovering.