In the heart of the stunning South Pacific, the Cook Islands offer an idyllic escape, yet they are not devoid of danger. Over the years, a notable concern has been shark attacks. These incidents, though rare, can profoundly impact tourism, the lifeblood of the island’s economy. Our weekly update provides essential details on these shark attacks in Cook Islands, aimed at safeguarding visitors and locals alike in their enjoyment of this marine paradise. Take a moment to explore this space for the latest updates on shark attacks.
Recent Shark Attacks in Cook Islands
|Date / Time||Country / Area||Activity||Name||Sex / Age||Injury||Species|
|03-27-1860||COOK ISLANDS ,Mangaia Island||43-ton schooner Irene capsized & sank||a Cook's Islander||M||Probable drowning|