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Smily
Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Face to face with the tiger
Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Did he just want to scan me electromagnetically with his Lorenzinian ampoules, or was he as surprised about this close encounter as I was - who knows?
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The eye of the tiger. These magnificent animals are as curious about us as we are about them.
Caribbean Reef Shark cruising over the seabed, in amazing Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
“Endless Anemone” Taken with Olympus TG-4
Nurse shark, swimming towards the camera
Reef Shark makes its way accross the path of the sun on a clear and beautiful dive at Tiger Beach, a popular hot spot for seeing and photographing sharks in the Bahamas.
Incoming predators on the prowl.
Hammerhead Shark
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Working With the Hammerhead
A tiger shark comes in low and close against my dome port at 10mm at Tiger Beach.
nightly hammerhead
Young diver with photobomber. Awesome experience!
hammerhead shark
nurse shark
hammerhead shark
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Hammerhead sharks are one of my favorite sharks to photograph .... love the angle they swim.
zralok tygri
good night hammerhead
"Yellow Ray Fall" Stingrays often conceal themselves under sand, coral heads, or anything they can to hide from predators. This image used the fall aspen leaves to reference how they hide and the name of the animal: The Yellow Stingray.
The Great Hammerhead Shark is an amazing shark and unfortunately under human threat due to its large dorsal fin and the fin trade
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A young diver awed by a photobombing shark. What a wonderful dive!
Young diver interacting with a large school of curious Atlantic blue tang. They suddenly surrounded our group for no apparent reason.
Close encounter in the Bahamas.
A young diver (my granddaughter) couldn't be happier to be surrounded by sharks on Stuart Cove's shark dive in Nassau.
Two beautiful predators on the prowl in the Bahamas. We saw sharks on every dive in the Bahamas last week. Fantastic!
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