The Great White ‘Mean Season’ of 1976

Associated Content has published another article on the 1976 ‘Mean Season’ highlighting two theories that were dominant during this period: The ‘foodstock shortage theory’ and the ‘coldwater theory.’
It is interesting to note that the ‘coldwater’ theory is still adhered to by many Capetonians probably because there are so few sightings or bites in the Atlantic Zone between Table Bay and Llandudno.

However, fishermen and scientists both agree that great whites are common in the Atlantic Ocean. However, there not much scientific data to establish what exactly is going on in this area.

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