We need a little comic relief. This is false info. Because some of these bites happened in freshwater and brackish water, scientists believe a bull shark, or multiple bull sharks, were responsible. Thank you for signing up to Live Science. The shark… Here’s additional information from Texas Parks & Wildlife: “Bull sharks do have the ability to survive in freshwater. The bull shark is not a picky eater. These people(for use of a better word) need to give their heads a shake to get their brains working again!! Cosmic bubbles may have forged dark matter, new theory suggests, Mass grave of Tulsa race massacre victims possibly unearthed in Oklahoma cemetery, Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life. It would be incredibly difficult to keep them in a home aquarium, primarily because you would need an incredibly large tank. Every spring people were catching them instead of the bass that were in the lake.spring. Btw, I have a 5 storey fish hut for sale if anyone is interested…. Did you tag them with gps so you could at least track them? This species lives along shallow coastlines in warm areas of the world. Put chum in water with blood and see for. There are a number of aquariums that house bull sharks across the world. Did we miss anything in our reporting? Because of their coastal distribution, bull sharks are more at risk from pollution and habitat degradation than other species. This is a fake website! Get a real job. Your a bitch, Well I guess I am going shark fishing nice wall mount. Please just post informative and correct information. The shark caught yesterday was found in a large net off the shore of Coltons Point, Maryland, which is located right at the mouth of the Potomac, where the river opens into the Chesapeake Bay. There was a problem. Is this the funniest animal picture ever? There ya go, see what I mean! In a typical year, fewer than 20 people die by shark attack, but more than 20 million sharks die in relation to the fishing industry. It should be banned. Gullible I may be, but I am from out of town and did not know about this Satire web site. "This is so that their internal environment is balanced according to what their external environment is," Henningsen said. They are not bothered by brackish and freshwater, and even venture far inland via rivers and tributaries. maybe the issue is not that we are gullible but we believe government to be stupid enough to do something like this. Okay it’s official I’m not swimming anymore until it’s confirmed a hoax, Greg says: Indeed, in September of 1937, two fishermen named “Dudge” Collins and Herbert Copes began to notice that something was ransacking and damaging their fish traps in the Mississippi River near Alton, Illinois. Why people even write fake shit that makes it look like it’s real is beyond me. We lose 2 to 3 swimmers a year. But of course, you should definitely believe everything you read on the internet , Funny thing is bull sharks can only stay in fresh water for so long before theydie xD. “Lake Nipissing is a very big lake, and it’s only 3 sharks. If you believe in no salt water sharks than you probably believed in the tiny pet hippos from the commercials. I find it truly disturbing the willingness to put people’s lives at risk just because of lack basic intelligence and common sense. They also range along the coasts of Africa, parts of India, Australia, and a number of islands in the eastern Pacific. President and CEO Collin O’Mara reveals in a TEDx Talk why it is essential to connect our children and future generations with wildlife and the outdoors—and how doing so is good for our health, economy, and environment. While Rechin can’t guarantee “that they’ll only eat those fish” he says he has a feeling they’ll be the main course. All those teeth?”. Ontario really does not need any more. I guess the T-Rex released in the Yukon to eat the Sasquatch is still a secret. 2) even if you say our lake is big and would be very unlikely to come into contact with people, they always are close to shorelines. funny tho. They live in warm waters, and can travel from the ocean into rivers and lakes. britt.m.petten@gmail.com, Why not? Although bull-sharks could survive in fresh water for some tome, they would never survive the winter in the cold water. They prefer shallow coastal water, which means they can often come into contact with humans. The most ferocious maneating shark in the world even worse than the great white released into Canadian fresh water. Receive news and offers from our other brands? But my guess would be Canadian waters would be too cold for them if this was really true—I’ve heard stupider things suggested to get rid of invasive species! Bull sharks are often considered to be the most dangerous sharks to humans because of their aggressive tendencies and ability to migrate up rivers. Receive mail from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors? most definitively. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Maps and data on shark attacks and general shark news. People can’t see at the end of all the comments at bottom of page. I knew it was fake but for the f of it I dug for more information, 1) Bull sharks are the most known for the most shark attacks on people in general. They are also quite dangerous and aggressive. When a bull shark goes from salty water to freshwater, it maintains the appropriate amount of salt inside its own body by excreting some of that salt through a specialized rectal gland. It’s a JOKE !! Keep up the great writing! There are some that will believe this is true and spread the word and that will be money lost for North Bay. Most bull sharks reside in waters less than 100 ft. deep. What happens if a president loses an election but won't leave the White House? OMG ‍♀️ some of you can not actually be seriously believing this ? Bull sharks are found in coastal waters all over the world. This article was first released, no pun intended, on April 1, give your head a shake, it’s fake news. For instance, bull sharks have been found up the Mississippi River as far as Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Local fishermen set large traps known as pound nets to catch menhaden and other seasonally abundant fish. Lol people are so gullible! “They venture into waters that are extremely warm and they can move into much colder waters.”. I’m so happy I get to finally use my shark cage when I go diving ! You will receive a verification email shortly. Bull sharks are the most common species found in Texas, and our bays serve as nursery areas for the juveniles.