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  • The kind that you "jump".
  • The ones on hooks yo...
  • San Jose
  • Most of them actually, excpept for a few species
  • The ones on TV. At least not dangerous to those watching.
  • Hammerheads are safe for divers to be around, as are many other small sharks. Those Great Whites are really mean bastards, though.
  • Card sharks ..(although I think it is card sharps)!
  • "Contrary to popular belief, only a few sharks are dangerous to humans. Out of more than 360 species, only four have been involved in a significant number of fatal, unprovoked attacks on humans: the great white, oceanic whitetip, tiger, and bull sharks. These sharks, being large, powerful predators, may sometimes attack and kill people, but all of these sharks have been filmed in open water, without the use of a protective cage." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shark#Shark_attacks
  • Nurse sharks! :) They don't have teeth
  • Basking Sharks are harmless
  • Of the 360+ species of sharks, the vast majority aren't dangerous to humans. When you look at the numbers, even the dangerous species don't account for a real dent in the human population. In fact, while there may be 2-3 fatalities in a year, we're busy killing millions of sharks for mostly no good reason. You definately want to be careful around a Great White, Tiger or Bull shark.
  • The ones I deal with at work everyday. I know their plans and how to deal with them. Heh, heh.
  • Now how about pool sharks for not dangerous? Every other shark will kill you as good as look at you, I think. A pool shark won't if you are good for your bet :-P
  • My friends the Whale Sharks. They're just ponderous, that's all. http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/whaleshark/whaleshark.html
  • Dead ones
  • Gummy shark
  • Whale sharks are not dangerous to humans as they don't eat meat... they are actually quiet friendly and your even able to go on swiming tours along side them in Perth, Australia :o)
  • what is the subject of such danger you ask of, if you are trying to save the fish then realize this, my stomach is a greater threat than sharks. but if the subject is human danger than i would say all of them that stay in the ocean and out of urban areas.
  • Most sharks are harmless. Only a handful are aggressive or dangerous to humans.
  • Bull sharks are dangerous because they are equally at home in fresh water and salt water. There are many incidents of bull sharks munching on humans in rivers and some African lakes. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ Quote: bull sharks can't be counted on to keep to the ocean. They are the only shark, and one of the few creatures of any kind, that can live in either salt or fresh water. Though they normally prefer tropical and subtropical seas, bull sharks have been found in the Mississippi River above New Orleans and have attacked bathers in the Ganges and the Amazon. Lake Nicaragua was thought to have a unique species of freshwater shark until it was discovered that the beasts were bull sharks swimming upstream from the Caribbean.... Source: http://www.slate.com/id/112116/ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ Addendum: Avoid card sharks and loan sharks.
  • All sharks are dangerous, weather it be with teeth, or thier rough skin. but yes, all sharks are somewhat dangeruos.
  • The basking shark, the whale shark and the megamouth sharks
  • Rubber or plastic ones.
  • A whale shark for one.
  • mainly the ones with no teeth....
  • whale sharks
  • As long as you stay outta the water, no shark is dangerous!
  • i can tell you which is the most dangerous, LOAN SHARKS aka mortgage lenders!! stay away from them.
  • i think it is a basken shark
  • The largest shark, the whale shark, actually eats tiny plankton. Many times a diver can come right in and hitch a ride. :)
  • Generally sharks under 6 foot (2 metres) are not considered a threat to human life. However they can give you a nasty nip. A shark embryo once bite an over - zealous scientist when it as still in utero. Mind you I can't say as I blame it, he'd stuffed a plastic drain - pipe down the mother's gullet to enable him to have a good feel. The baby obviously took exception to this uninvited intrusion. To clarify everyone else's brilliant answers, the three sharks that you are 100% safe from are the huge filter - feeders: the enormous Whale Shark, the Baskng Shark and the Megamouth. None of these would hurt a water - flea.
  • The dead ones are usually pretty safe.
  • frill sharks can never come close to a few THOUSAND feet of the surface.these sharks live at depths we'll never see without subs.the 7 gill shark and megamouth shark are also deep dwelling.
  • SAND SHARKS
  • TOY SHARK IN THE POOL ALTHOUGH THERYE SCERRYY LOL JK THE REAL PROVEN ANSWER IS A WHALE SHARK I DID SOO MUCH REASEARCH
  • That depends on what you are! Their aren't many that are dangerous to humans, but if your a sardine that would be different..
  • Nurse Sharks
  • That depends on what you are! Their aren't many that are dangerous to humans, but if your a sardine that would be different.
  • thats like saying that a cat is dangerus, no their not. sharks only ever bite in order to find out what you are, the best way to avoid being bitten is to not flail and kick up all the water around you, thereby enabling the hsark to see that you are not a potentail food sourse or something to fear. sharks are really an amazing creature, and as there were only 4 deaths assosiated with sharks in 2006 i'd say they were a rather safe animal you are more likely to be killed by a vending mechine than by a shark
  • Loan sharks.Wait a minute!!
  • THE ONES THAT ARE'NT HUNGRY.
  • Well, let's see. There are between 375 and 475 types of sharks in rivers, seas and oceans. Of these species, 80% are considered not harmful to humans due to the facts that they are either too small, they find us too bony or they are plankton eaters. Of the 20% dangerous species of sharks, only 39 shark species have been involved in shark attacks on humans (both provoked and unprovoked) and recorded since the mid 1500's, according to the ISAF (International Shark Attack File). Only 10 species are known to be involved in shark attacks on humans more often than others and the top three are: Great White shark, the Tiger shark and the Bull shark.

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