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RE: shark population in costa rica« on: August 03 2006 08:08:00 »
oh yeah, pura -vida
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #1 on: August 14 2006 00:08:00 »
WE ARE PLANNING A TRIP TO COSTA RICA 2 ADUALTS AND 3 CHILDREN INTERESTED IN SURFING AND DIVING ANY INFO WOULD BE GREATLY APRECIATED
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #2 on: August 15 2006 03:08:00 »
mierda dont talk bullshit
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #3 on: September 24 2006 21:09:00 »
i'm interested in surfing in costa rica.. i hear taht tamarindo is a good spot for beginners. plz can a local email me about shark situation and surf conditions on may. ty. firstname.lastname@example.org email me there.
thx in advance.
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #4 on: September 25 2006 14:09:00 »
ty very much tom for ur informations. i'd like to get a more rescent report. it's been 14 years since 92. if some 1 could tell me shark situation and surf situation in anyplace in costa rica. just tell me the name of the place u're talking me about. if it s in the north south east or west. and if there are any attacks and if there are how many and how many fatal aproximatly per year. ty very much in advice. if u dont like to post in forums just email me. if u write me plz make sure that you ve been in costa rica in 2003 till now. not b4 that .
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #5 on: October 07 2006 02:10:00 »
sharks are not the problem! Salt water crocoodiles are the real predators to watch out for. Sharks are notorious on the east coast of Costa, in the northern regions at large rivermouths. Scary, and true indeed.
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #6 on: October 20 2006 18:10:00 »
I heard that the sharks and crocs only eat beginners.
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #7 on: October 31 2006 12:10:00 »
If your worried about sharks dont go surfing !
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #8 on: November 06 2006 07:11:00 »
I heard that dog poop is a excelent shark repelent. Many people here in Costa Rica rub it all over there arms and legs before entering the water, thats why there are no shark attacks here. The last attack I heard of was up in Marbella, by a tiger shark. The surfer actually fell on top of the shark, so you cant really blame the shark. Plus, the guy didn't put on his dog poop repelent. Also, stay away from places highly populated with sea turtles, the tigers main diet.
RE: shark population in costa rica« Reply #9 on: November 08 2006 22:11:00 »
Hi...totally unrelated to the shark question, but I am in so cal and thinking about studying language abroad...not really sure how to start researching it. Is it like a Spanish immersion program? Would you mind emailing me the info?