This shark was spotted last year 2018 with a tight rope around its torso and gills. “2018 middle picture” . we tried to cut it free but was not successful. now this year 2019 we spotted him again and the rope is gone. it must have just rotted away! so happy to see this as we thought that he may not survive. now only the scar is visible where the rope once was!
photo and caption mike bolton (@silenthunter_pty )
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This photo isn’t as boring as it looks, it’s the photo on my scuba diving certification id.
next month i get my certificate and this gal can dive anywhere!
any handy tips you might have on scuba diving or swimming in the ocean for long periods hit me up i’ll be doing it for a week! ......
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The🧜♀️🌊 red sea🧜♂️🌊 is a sea water inlet of the indiana ocean, lyingbetween africa and asia. the connection to the ocean is in the south through the bab el mandeb strait and the gulf of aden. to the north lie the sinai peninsula, the gulf of aqaba, and the gulf of suez (leading to the suez canal). the sea is underlain by the red sea rift which is part of the great rift valley.the red sea has a surface area of roughly
438,000 km2 (169,100 m2), is about 2250 km (1398 mi) long and, at its widest point, 355 km (220.6 mi) wide. it has a maximum depth of 3,040 m (9,970 ft) in the central suakin trough, and an average depth of 490 m (1,608 ft). however, there are also extensive shallow shelves, noted for their marine life and corals. the sea is the habitat of over 1,000 invertebrate species, and 200 soft and hard corals. it is the world's northernmost tropical sea.
It will make you fall in love with the beauty of nature.🌏 experience komodo island with komodo kelana boat..
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👥up to 6 persons
Definitely one of the coolest and most curious of shark species we’ve encountered. they come up really really close to check you out! considered one of the more dangerous sharks to humans, we will never forget our 3 close encounters. generally if you keep your cool there won’t be a reason for them to harm you. most shark attacks are from divers provoking them and triggering their defense mode.
Ekspedisi sumberdaya perairan 2019 di pulau kelapan, toboali, bangka selatan.
jangan hanya duduk manis dirumah, dunia itu luas, dunia itu indah, mari kita berekspedisi dengan keindahan dunia, terutama keindahan bawah laut surganya para pecinta keindahan nyata yang berada tepat di depan mata 😊
Jellyfish have been around for millions of years, even before the dinosaurs lived on the earth.
here's a profile shot of a jellyfish that was taken in tunku abdul rahman park, sabah, malaysia.
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Soakin up the sunshine at @vomoislandfiji ☀️ fun fact; i got my scuba certification when i was 11 and it is one of the few activities that always makes me feel calm and tranquil. making small talk at a social event? terrifying. diving 20 meters under the water with sharks? i’m totally in my element⚡️
Exploring the beautiful reefs of st. johns, in the deep south of the red sea with a group of fellow divers.
you can imagine the clarity (and warm temperature) of the water surrounding this pristine and very intact hard coral reef.
one of my favourite dives of last summer. #thisiswhywedive#scuba#coral#coralreef#liveaboard
Finally got back out on the reef! great day today onboard evolution! 🐠🐡🐟🙌🏼
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The photo may be low quality, but for me it brings back the memories of an intense experience... a flotilla of eagle rays encountered while snorkeling at the leon dormido rock off christobal island in the galapagos. leon dormido is a volcanic cone that rises steeply out of the ocean, some 150 meters high. it is split as if by an axe, and the narrow channel that runs through the split, only some 20 meters deep, is a favourite hangout for sharks, sea turtles and rays.