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Underwater Photo Location: Cat Island (southern)

Underwater Photo Location: Cat Island (southern)

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popular for viewing oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus) via snorkeling (3000fsw), among other inshore species.
Facts about Cat Island (southern)
Dive types

Marine Life

by Terry Goss
"Strike a pose" - the absolutely beautiful oceanic whitetip (Carcharhinus longimanus), seen here off the coast of Cat Island, Bahamas; Nikon D300 in Aquatica, Nikkor 12-24mm, Sea&Sea YS90 strobes.

by Matt Heath
Oceanic Whitetip

by Matt Heath
Oceanic White Tip Shark

by Matt Heath
This is a shot of a research group tagging an Oceanic White Tip shark.

by Matt Heath
Looking up to a Oceanic Whitetip

by Matt Heath
A lucky diver gets some one on one time with this oceanic white tip.

by Matt Heath
Oceanic White Tip Fin with Pilot Fish

by Terry Goss
The Pace Quickens - two oceanic whitetips (Carcharhinus longimanus) dart in front of me, too quickly to wipe the water bubbles off my dome.....

by Ellen Cuylaerts
A shark's view

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Silky frenzy 3 Silkies line up and approach me while a photographer fights the current against the background of the boat wash, to get back on board. Beautiful days at Epic Diving.

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Stealth Mode Most beautiful sight when an oceanic whitetip approaches at ease

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Want my picture?

by Ellen Cuylaerts

by Ellen Cuylaerts

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Oceanic Whitetip I called this picture Colgate tip because of the 'bling' when the dorsal fin slices the surface

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Oceanic whitecap shark The season at Cat island has started and it's very promising!

by Ellen Cuylaerts

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Shark called lefty because of a damaged eye! I've met her last year and saw her again at the start of this oceanic season, in good health!

by Ken Kiefer
Oceanic Whitetip slicing through the water Canon 5D3 8-15mm fisheye Cat Island, Bahamas
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