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Although knowing what we know about great whites in modern times, it is amazing to learn that as recent as 1916, the shark was not thought of as a dangerous animal. And it wasn't just the vast, uninformed public that had a grave misconception about these animals—it was the experts and experienced fishermen who claimed, at various times, that the shark was a timid, non-aggressive animal and that its jaw power was insufficient to bite through bones.