The Best Shark Dive in the World!
Blog about "The World's best Shark Dive" by Beqa Adventure Divers.
Featuring up to eight regular species of Sharks and over 400 different species of fish, Shark diving doesn't get any better!
Rhinochimaera - way cool!
Rhinochimera (Harriotta sp.) swims 10 meters above the seafloor in
Hydrographer Canyon during Dive 05, July 13, of the Okeanos Explorer
Northeast U.S. Canyons Expedition 2013. Video courtesy of NOAA Okeanos
El Diego - it's a Boy!
El Diego has just published his thesis paper.
I must say that in its details, it far surpasses the knowledge accumulated in my truncated biology studies many decades ago - but what I (maybe) understand, is that it provides evidence for two distinct populations of Pelagic Threshers in the Pacific. Considering that this is an extremely wide-ranging epipelagic Shark, this is rather
Jean-Marie - still at it!
Right - and I cite.
“One day in Guadalupe [an island off Baja California in Mexico] three of us were swimming with two great whites. One was a young macho who just wanted us out of the water. But there was this huge, five-metre female who was the coolest shark I’ve ever met. She played with us for one and a half hours and she wanted the contact - she was free to move wherever she wanted,
Ila vs David - big Kerfuffle!
Totally uncool - monster tournaments. Source.
Whilst I was away, the shit has hit the fan.
And yes, having been asked and after much deliberation, I'm gonna wade right in - and I may add, with much trepidation! :)
Please read David and Neil's paper about recreational Shark fishing in Florida. At the time, I did applaud it as the way I read it then, it aims at
North Carolina - Shark Feeding Frenzy!
Again, very cool!
On Thursday, October 9 at around noon, while at a retreat at Cape Lookout National Seashore off the coast of North Carolina, the leaders of One Harbor Church witnessed a shark feeding frenzy. The men were out fishing for the evening’s dinner when they stumbled across more than 100 sharks attacking a school of blue fish. As seagulls and pelicans joined in on the