IT seems the general concensus is that human beings are so above the food chain that other animals SHOULD acknowledge it and therefore not ever intend to attack us for food the same way they would attack ANY other animal.
Why do we tend to assume there must be something wrong or a particular reason why a shark would attack us when we're swimming.
How about... because it was hungry and we were available?
Most Helpful Girl
Yeah I never get this, it's like the animal is doing something wrong. If a human is in that animals habitat then that animal has the right to eat it without its actions being questioned, people seem to forget it's a wild animal, it has no concern for other species welfare.0
Most Helpful Guy
They are just very very different from most creatures that we come across in the world. They seem like monsters out of a fantasy world because of how remarkably different they are from us and how powerful they are. To people it just feels like they're part of a different world so it's hard to comprehend when we find ourselves in the same space as them.0