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Shark cage diving - One of my fav experiences in South Africa! The sharks didn't come this close, though!

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“Upright Shipwreck” at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge. Photo By: Liz Harlin

Amazing

A pair of divers explore the wreck of the Giannis D (originally Shoyo Maru) on the Abu Nuhas reef, Strait of Gubal, Red Sea, Egypt. By British photographer Alex Mustard. He's travelled the world snapping pictures of wrecked ships lying on the sea bed.

'Great White sharks are NOT dangerous according to the diver who swam out of his underwater cage to prove it.' REALLY? I wonder if he felt the same from the inside of the shark's belly?

Amazing moment diving pair get up close and personal with a grinning Great White shark - and then insist the feared predators are NOT dangerous

Great White sharks are NOT dangerous according to the diver who swam out of his underwater cage to prove it.<<< the sharks like "what?

Great pictures

Extreme ~ Great white sharks are like the grizzly bears of the sea. What may start as a peaceful and beautiful encounter can go completely south in a split second. Wild animals must ALWAYS be treated with respect and caution.

The tiger shark's reputation as an indiscriminate eater that will swallow anything it finds, including garbage, has earned it the nickname "wastebasket of the sea."

The Great Barrier Reef we stand to lose – in pictures

Photo by Twin tiger sharks ignore me as they swim past on their way to feed on a dead sperm whale floating on the near Cairns

due to climate change sharks will migrate to north and closer to shores,  which will disturbs  the ecosystem.

due to climate change sharks will migrate to north and closer to shores, which will disturbs the ecosystem.

The Great Hammerhead Shark

The Great Hammerhead Shark. In honor of Shark Week starting on Sunday, have a Hammerhead!

Caroline Robertson-Brown said she and her husband were more worried about snapping 'the best photo possible' than any dangers

Fearless couple swims with hammerhead sharks in Bahamas

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown, from Manchester, came face to face with the fearsome sea predators – measuring more than in length – off the coast of Bimini island in the Bahamas.

  Shark Finning is where fishers catch sharks sometimes club them and cut of their dorsal fin then throw them back into the ocean. Shark cannot live without their fin because that's how they keep their balance to be able to swim. If they can't swim they can't breathe so they drown. Finning is almost worse than just killing the shark because they die very slowly and the process is very agonizing.

Only 64 deaths from Great white shark attacks (until but last year humans killed 73 million sharks.

PADI  The Way the World Learns to DIVE

While in South Carolina I'd like to take scuba diving classes and get my scuba certification.That way I could dive down into the deep blue sea and see its hidden treasures. I like scuba!

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