As @Elasmo_Gal, the cofounder of @MISS_Elasmo, told me, "To say that there aren't women in shark science is utterly ridiculous." But Shark Week "portray[s] this macho man versus shark thing, and they don't look for other narratives."
Did you know? @dr_catmac created a list of #WomeninSharkScience? you can follow it here: https://t.co/m4iL10tIqm @SharkWeek and #SharkFest, maybe you can find some inspiration for next year there? https://t.co/M1RT4Wa4rN
Don't believe the horror movies. Juvenile white sharks glide every day among surfers, swimmers and paddle-boarders, generally without incident. “There are lots of sharks out there this summer, and people are in and amongst them, not getting bitten." https://t.co/ReuxlcXn8s
That reminds me @Discovery #SharkWeek2020 starts August 7th! And for those that can’t wait #Sharkfest is current on @NatGeo now! It’s every day and normal for white sharks to be in so. Cali! People surf anyway right? https://t.co/dqNC7dD1l8
Tears of joy dropped over my check to see Austin and mom at the beach🙏🏽 #sharkfest