Great Whites Are Disappearing in Cape Town, the Former Shark Capital of the World

Clara T. Fryman

The Cape Peninsula dangles off the bottom of Africa like a tough fishhook, curling round from the frigid waters of the Atlantic Coastline into the wide expanse of False Bay.

This island-like geography has established a plethora of waves, from spitting beach breaks and huge-wave reefs to the beginners’ paradise of Muizenberg. Despite the abundance of setups, the peninsula is much additional well-known for its other marine points of interest.

Given that the early 2000s, False Bay has come to be a planet-renowned site for cage diving with good white sharks or to witness the spectacular breaching phenomenon—where these sharks

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