Most of the time in the marine biological circle “Unprovoked Shark Attacks” are defined as incidents where an attack on a live human occurs in the shark’s natural habitat with no human provocation of the shark.
At our new sister site we have explained the two types of shark attacks.
First the unprovoked shark attacks used for the biological study of certain shark attacks.
Second all the shark attacks that are of no use for the biological study of sharks, but extremely important for ocean users.
Please follow the link below to one of our sister sites SHARKATTACKS.NET
As shark attack survivors we know you need to know about any sharky activity when entering the oceans.