Wow! the worlds largest Bull Aharks live in the Breede River in south africa, but because of the unique hunting strategy these massive sharks use, instead of being the feared maneaters they are in the rest of the world, these BUll Sharks live in harmony with the people who live on the river. Well, near harmony; the nine-foot plus sharks pick the fish off the fisherman's lines, eating half of fish that are world-record breaking in and of their own right. How neat! The community was angry when the world-record shark of Thirteen feet (that's three feet longer then the previous record holder!) was released back into the waters of the Breede river. However, it would have been pointless as this year they caught two near-record breaking male bull sharks, proving that last years thirteen foot female was not, in fact, there to birth her calves, but instead to eat. They proved that the sharks cannot, in fact be relocated, and that they come within feet of swimmers, then, uniterested, move away. The current threory is that if the Breede river's fish life stays massive and diverse, then they'll never have a porblem with people eating sharks.
How neat is that?