I agree with aepstein — most of what I’ve heard about the most aggressive sharks has involved bull sharks. However, how “aggressive” they really are could easily be muddled by how often they attack humans. It’s much easier to measure how often people are attacked than it is to measure how “aggressive” a shark actually is, but the number of attacks could reflect many other factors such as shark size, habitat, the behavior of people around the shark, etc. Just a distinction worth considering when pondering the question.
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