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Fortunately, even in the rare instances when a nurse shark does attack a human -- so far, 52 times, with no recorded fatalities -- the bite isn't powerful enough to be lethal [source: International Shark Attack File]. The downside is that the nurse shark's small mouth is attached to a large pharynx that enables it to suck up food and latch onto it.

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A nurse shark bit a 23-year-old woman in Boca Raton, Florida, on Sunday and didn’t let go. So persistent was its bite that the 2-foot-long shark was still attached when the woman was taken to ...

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The nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum) is an elasmobranch fish within the family Ginglymostomatidae.They are directly targeted in some fisheries and considered as bycatch in others. The conservation status of the nurse shark is globally assessed as being data deficient in- the IUCN List of Threatened Species owing to the lack of information across its range in the eastern Pacific Ocean and ...

www.sharksider.com/nurse-shark

The threat to humans is very minimal. There have only been a few attacks ever recorded, and only one of those attacks was unprovoked. No fatal attacks have ever been recorded. Nurse Shark On Shark Week

www.earthsfriends.com/nurse-sharks

A Physical Description of the Nurse Shark The Teeth of the Nurse Shark. The nurse shark is something of a large shark and while they more commonly grow to be anywhere from 7 1/2 feet to 9 3/4 feet long, some individuals in the species have been seen as large as 14 feet long.

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/n/nurse-shark

Explore the underwater world of this bottom-dwelling shark. Learn why humans have little to fear, and much to learn, from nurse sharks.

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Shark attack: Nurse shark bites Florida woman on the arm and refuses to let go - TomoNews ... Typically docile and stationary, nurse sharks rarely attack humans, except when provoked.

www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/shark-attacks/factors/species...

Realistically, almost any shark in the right size range, roughly six feet (1.8 meters) or greater, is a potential threat to humans because, even if a bite is not intended as a directed feeding attempt on a human, the power of the jaw and tooth morphology can lead to injury. Species of shark implicated in confirmed unprovoked attacks around the ...

www.sharksider.com/10-least-dangerous-sharks

The only times they have ever attacked humans is when they have been directly antagonized and are protecting themselves. Even then, there’s only been 5 Nurse Shark attacks and all have been non-fatal. Nurse Sharks are a great shark for new divers and snorkelers to swim with because they present no threat to humans.