The soft pastel colours of a sunset at the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Unknown to the photographer, a predatory shark is lurking near the shoreline and would surface in just a moment. I am so glad that I took the time to inform her of the dangers of shark attacks in New Zealand.
To be forewarned is to be forearmed. Prior knowledge of possible dangers or problems gives one a tactical advantage and a margin of safety.
As a dweller of the southern flatlands of Saskatchewan, there are no real dangers lurking under the waters of our 100,000 freshwater lakes. The largest lake in the province, Lake Athabasca, covers 7,935 square kilometres or 3,064 square miles (including islands).
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