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Frozen fish hanging off the anchor chain
A shark waiting to get something to eat at Split Coral Heads
They are eating off a frozen chum popsicle at Split Coral Heads
You can see the edges of the cage
Notice the handler has his hands full
The shark entered the cage, giving us all a good scare!
The shark was at least 15 feet in length, the fisheye lens captures the whole thing nicely.
Very close, because visibility was not as good
A closer shot of how big they are
Very gentle, and very large
You can see the sediment in the water
Usually found buried in the sand
The aftermath of pulling the shark caught in the cage. It eventually was freed.
Opening its mouth to feed on plankton
The whale shark opening its mouth to feed on plankton. It has no real teeth, but baleen instead,
From inside the cage. Original shot at 120 FPS, 4K
She is about 15 foot long
The shark would not come close enough.
This lemon shark was circling me, just an arm's reach away
Originally shot at 120 FPS, 4K
Nurse sharks are very tame
See my teeth! This was taken from about a foot away from the shark, with a fisheye lens
There are 19 reef sharks in this picture, but there were a total of 32. they ranged in size from about 3 feet to over 6 feet.
A reef shark at Rasdhoo Corner