There have been a total of 3 shark attacks in Gulf of Panama. Out of those, 2 have unfortunately been fatal which brings the percentage of fatal attacks to 66.67%. 3 attacks came out of the blue while 0 have been provoked by humans.
|Taboga Island Bay||10h00||Moreno’s leg & part of his swim suit found in 9' shark caught two hours after the attack. Identified as carcharhinid shark by L. Schultz & C. Limbaugh on photograph||Swimming||FATAL, multiple injuries including evisceration, 3 fractures of right arm, 5 fingers & leg severed below knee||YES||17yo Abraham Moreno|
|North shore of Rey Island, Las Perlas archipelago||14h35||White shark, 2 m [6'9"] (Tooth fragment recovered from victim's shoulder & identified by J.T. Nicholls)||Dived overboard to check propeller of US Navy motor torpedo boat||FATAL, left leg & shoulder bitten||YES||20yo sailor|
|60 miles offshore||Retrieving bait box that had fallen overboard||Hand severely bitten||NO||19yo Jose Gonzales|