Shark body that killed Russian citizen on Hurghada beach will be exhibited at the Oceanographic Museum Investigate the city behind to find out the motive for the attack.
“If the Institute is informed that fishermen have caught Hurghada sharks, will take initial steps to protect it’, declared the head of the oceanographic organization, adding that “the specimen should be surveyed and then delivered to the Ministry of Environment for its return to the sea. “
Amr Zakaria Hammuda, director of the National Institute of Oceans and Fisheries, said in a statement to local media today Tiger shark ‘mummified after necropsy’ by the agency’s scientists and announced that “it will be placed in the Oceanographic Museum, Hurghada, an Egyptian spa city on the Red Sea coast.
The shark was meddled, according to the statement
The upper body of a young man identified as Vladimir Popov, 23, found in the stomach of a shark, media coverage.
He also explained that the Hurghada Institute of Marine Science and Fisheries received the shark after it was caught at dawn last Friday, and that the center’s team examined the fish and Gathered all necessary information to determine the possible cause of the attack.
Hammuda emphasized, “Sharks don’t eat human flesh” and point out any changes This behavior is “accidental”, Although he added that “animal behavior is changing all over the world”, he pointed to this as a reason for the shark attack on Russian citizens.
Likewise, the director of the National Institute of Oceans and Fisheries recalled in a televised address that last year There has been only one shark attack in Egypt.
In this sense, he clarified that it was not an average, emphasizing that “the last case in Egypt was a year ago in Sahl Hashesh” when “Some countries account for 40 shark attacks a year“, referring to the United States.
In July last year, Egyptian authorities confirmed that Two women die in shark attack Snorkeling in the Red Sea spa town of Sahl Hashesh.
Shark attacks have been relatively rare in recent years along the Red Sea coast, which is Paradise for divers around the world Because of its warm and transparent waters teeming with aquatic life.
Egypt relies on tourism to prop up its economy, and the Red Sea is a magnet for thousands of tourists, mostly from Russia or Eastern European countries.