Google spends a lot of money deploying and maintaining a massive network of undersea fiber cables to help handle the enormous amounts of Internet traffic it generates every day. However, there is a slight problem. Network World reports that sharks are apparently fond of eating through undersea cables. The sharks appear to be drawn to the electrical fields the cables generate, which the sharks mistake for distressed fish. Google is working on a fix and the article reports that they are spending a lot of money to wrap the cables in “100% shark-proof” Kevlar.

You can read more at the full Network World article here.