Fascinating and yet sometimes fearful creatures, sharks have long been a topic of interest in Tunisia, a country known for its vibrant tourism industry. A significant part of our attention to this marine species is due to shark attacks. We provide a comprehensive, weekly update on shark attacks in Tunisia, investigating the context and details of these incidents. These updates not only shed light on the relationship between humans and sharks in the country but also offer insights into the impact on Tunisia’s tourism sector.
Recent Shark Attacks in Tunisia
|Date / Time||Country / Area||Activity||Name||Sex / Age||Injury||Species|
|01-01-1982||TUNISIA ,Biserta||Spearfishing||English holiday-maker||No details|
|04-09-1909||TUNISIA ,Sfax||Diving (Helmet) for sponges||Johannis Zambeltos||M||FATAL|
|TUNISIA||Windsurfing||male, a teen||M||Thigh lacerated||2.1 m [7'] shark, possibly a spinner shark|