Was thinking about this on the way home yesterday. There's a video on NEsurf that's about the abundance of Great Whites in the Cape, and without going on and on about it, one conclusion they came to with certainty is that there were way more sharks out there than they had previously thought. I'm not a proponent of culling the seal population(I understand why others might be, not my point either way), but I was wondering if there happened to be a significant reduction in the seal pop., would that increase the chances of a human attack? If the same amount of hungry sharks return to feed and there's less food, will they start to exploit different resources(humans)? Just a thought.