Great Hammerhead Shark
Among the hammerhead species, the great hammerhead shark or Sphyrna mokarran is a candidate for this list, reaching a length of a whopping 6+ meters and weight of up to 600 kilograms, with teeth similar to those of the bull shark. This species has been involved in human attacks over the years. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
This shark is found throughout tropical and subtropical shallows of the world. Though it lacks in size, it makes it with its energy, where it is often seen leaping out of the water to chase its prey. It is a frequent attacker of humans, making up a high percentage of shark attacks in Florida. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Sand Tiger Shark
Usually known to us as the rugged-tooth shark, grey nurse shark or blue-nurse sand tiger, this shark probably has a worse reputation than it deserves, with the fact that it is tagged as “tigers” and is frequently roaming the surf lines that put them in close contact with humans. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Bronze Whaler Shark
This is a large shark that can reach over 3 meters in length and weigh about 300 kilograms. It is a fast and powerful swimmer with long serrated teeth that can cause serious damage to its prey, including humans. In fact, it has been implicated in quite a few attacks on humans. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
While this deep-water species rarely come into contact with people, it is regarded as potentially dangerous, which has been responsible for fatal attacks on swimmers and divers. It is known to circle swimmers and divers and is noted to be more inclined to take a bite in such situations. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Also known as the blue pointer, this shark is an illustrious member of the great white and even the prehistoric Megalodon. It is known to be very fast that can allow them to make incredible leaps out of the water, sometimes landing them in the middle of a fishing boat where it has inflicted severe injuries on fishers. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Genuinely classified as a “man-eater”, this shark is said to have killed more people than all the other sharks put together, though these kills were just completely opportunistic during air and sea disasters. It was believed that recorded shipwrecks saw more of its casualties by this shark’s attacks. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
This common, huge and aggressive shark is notoriously reputed for, not only the stripes along its sides, but also its temperament. Basically, it is dubbed as “The Garbage Collector of the Sea”, as it would swallow anything that comes in its path, including swimming and diving humans of course. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
While this shark is always under the shadows of the tiger and great white in terms of danger, it is actually highly dangerous, considering that you would come across this aggressive species more than any other shark. It can go upstream to rivers and lakes where there are reports that it has attacked humans. Click the next ARROW to see the next image!
Great White Shark
Just the name of this shark would send shivers to the spine of people in the beach, causing them to run away from the shore. Consolidating its reputation as a “man-eater”, this shark is undoubtedly one of planet’s ultimate killing machines. Statistics show hundreds of great white attacks around the world, with many of them fatal.