Shark provisioning have been looked at with a lot of uncertainty in the past, as it was unclear of the effects it could have on the sharks natural cycles and behavior as well as on the environment.
Over a decade of experience, research, trials and feedback and we now have a very good idea of how to do it so there has only good sides to it. When done right (depending on species, food, techniques, locations, conditions, timing…), one can achieve:
– No negative effects on sharks – instead, positive effects.
– No negative effects on the environment / ecosystem – instead, positive effects.
– Positive impact on Scientific Knowledge and research.
– Positive impact on Conservation.
– Positive impact on Education.
– Positive impact on Local Economy.
– Lowering the risk of shark accidents.