There is a fear that has always been with the human race. No, it’s not terrorism or even war, it’s….
snakes. Humans have always feared them. Now it’s been discovered that the ability to spot snakes may actually be in our genes. We’re afraid of sharks too, and it’s hard to feel feel sorry for them but we can certainly feel sorry for their prey and global warming has warmed up the waters around Antarctica to the extent that sharks have returned to those waters?after 40 million years.
It’s been that long since the waters around Antarctica have been warm enough to sustain populations of sharks and most fish, but they may return this century due to the effects of global warming. If they do, the impact on Antarctic ecology could be serious.