I was thinking about what people call shark dives. The type where sharks are lured to a boat with chum and blood. Then the diver enters a cage for protection while the sharks are circling around. This is supposed to get you up close to see the shark in it`s habitat. Now I`ve been to the reef preserve off the Florida Keys and shark and baracuda are all around in those waters. No one is wearing a shark suit or diving in a cage. I`ve had sharks come within 5-10 feet of me and I`ve had baracuda face me off were I`ve had to back swim. Sure I was scared but I was forewarned how to read and be aware of these predators and no one was feeding or antagonizing them. So who saw them in there own habitat me or the diver in the cage? And should divers be using means like cages and chumming to view predators? THINK ABOUT IT!