With so many shark attack occurring at public beaches, some wise folks have developed a suit that repels the man eater


Hamish Jolly is an ocean fanatic in Australia who surfs often and spends just about all his free time way out in the deep. He was also very aware of the under water menace that could appear at any moment for a meal and most definitely did not want to be on the menu.

He imagined a wet-suit that would deter a curious shark from mistaking him for a potential source of food for the day. Working with a team of scientists, he and his friends came up with a fresh approach beyond the cage and chain-mail suit and developed a sleek camouflage suit that not only does the task as desired, but introduces new data to our growing understanding of shark vision and other sense.