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Underwater Photo Location: Tiputa Pass - Rangiroa

Underwater Photo Location: Tiputa Pass - Rangiroa

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A short Zodiac ride gets you to the site where there are Turtles, dolphins, and very boring coral (very dull).

The exciting part of this dive is the many grey sharks that are being hunted by the resident hammerhead and tiger shark.
Facts about Tiputa Pass - Rangiroa
  • It is in French Polynesia
  • Tiputa Pass - Rangiroa is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwall

Marine Life
bigsharkswhalesdolphinsturtles

Diving facilities
airhire

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Tim Dimacchia
Lips. Safety stop close up.

by Margriet Tilstra
Chromium Nikon D80 with Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 (A16), focal length 50mm, Ikelite housing, D125 + Sea&Sea 50 Strobes. Settings: Aperture f/4, Shutter Speed 1/60, ISO 100

by Cangemi Paul
Dolphin in Tiputa pass, Rangiroa

by Cangemi Paul
Playtime for this Tursiop in Tiputa channel, Rangiroa

by Mathieu Foulquié
Tursiops truncatus (Tiputa pass, Rangiroa)

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin, Rangiroa Small group of bottlenose dolphins with two young passing near me by curiosity of my presence

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin, Rangiroa, French Polynesia Game of seduction between a dominant male and a female during a moment of reproduction.

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin rubs its rostrum on a sponge

by Bernard Beaussier
Young female hammerhead shark during a night dive

by Bernard Beaussier
Group of grey shark

by Bernard Beaussier
Napoleon fish eating

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin

by Bernard Beaussier
Baby bottlenose dolphin

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin playing with seaweed

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphin

by Bernard Beaussier
Colorful jellyfish

by Bernard Beaussier
Eagle rays

by Bernard Beaussier
Hammerhead shark

by Bernard Beaussier
Whale shark

by Bernard Beaussier
Hammerhead shark

by Bernard Beaussier
Eagle ray

by Bernard Beaussier
Bottlenose dolphins
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