One small step for sharks, and one giant leap for all of us. #greatwhite #genome ... More
That's a big one! #greatwhite #cagedive #sharkweek ... More
When was the last time something truly moved you, in real life? When I look back on the many encounters I have had with large apex predators, such as the great white shark, there are a few of them that stand out. Some of them have even been captured on video or in photos. I was thinking the other day about how we are so captivated by the digital age. As I travel the globe I rarely see anyone who is not immersed in their smart phone or tablet. We have access to incredible images and footage of extraordinary human beings and creatures from around the globe literally at our fingertips. It is as such, easy to lose sight of the real life moments of awe that come drifting by from time to time. On the day this experience was captured on video - by myself and Nicolas Larguèze - I was awestruck as I swam next to this great white eye-to-eye. I still remember its every movement: the way the powerful tail stroke so effortlessly propelled her through the water - I remember remarking to myself that she was barely moving her tail fin and yet moving so fast as I was finning as fast as possible and barely able to keep up. Her deep blue eye was scanning back at me from time to time, wondering what I was and what I was doing. I was caught between two worlds - It was my job to capture photos and video for ID purposes and to explore the area for the study being conducted and so I was in one moment focused on keeping the camera steady etc and in another moment trying to absorb what was taking place…Despite being immersed underwater, diving on a single breath of air I somehow found myself in the very familiar struggle of finding a balance of chasing the digital result or soaking in the moment and let it affect me on a much deeper level. I think it is fantastic that we can share our experiences through digital media as this has already become an integral part of modern societies but, we should never fall into the habit and state of mind when the real world experience becomes mundane in favour of the digital, thus failing to recognize when we are in the presence of awe. #sharks #reallife #digital #freediving #greatwhite #apnea #adventure #animals #science #expedition #explore #conservation #uwphotography #extreme #ocean #sea #nature #swimming #diving... More

that thing is huge. At one point is looks like it wants to have a go at you but then decides against it. Had any "debris" floating around after this encounter?... More

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How wild is this? That was a close call phew! Beware of your surroundings when its poor visibility. Never know what you mite be running into :) #closecall #greatwhite #closecall #greatwhite... More

omg, indeed a very educational one... More

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Over-Hyped: The Results of Michael Phelps’ Race Against a Great White
July 25, 2017 | 07:50
The most successful athlete in Olympic history took on the ocean’s most fearsome predator in Sunday night’s Discovery Channel special. Or did he? #deepbluOriginal #race #phelps #michael #white #greatwhite #shark #sharkweek #discovery #science... More
Orcas (Killer Whales) eat Great White Sharks for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 虎鯨(殺人鯨) 真的不是一種很可愛的生物,牠是食物鏈的最頂端、沒有天敵,海生館裡的虎鯨被訓練後,可愛的模樣帶給大家的歡樂是很嚴重的誤導,其實可以找到一些國外海生館裡虎鯨失控造成傷亡的相關報導。 牠是野生的,是屬於海洋的。 Artwork by Marc Dando & Pierre Kleinhouse https://www.saveourseasmagazine.com/winter-is-coming/ https://www.facebook.com/arteveryday2017 #killwhale #greatwhite #arteveryday2017... More

@Marlu it’s painting by Marc Dando and Pierre Kleinhouse.... More

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You could have shark cage diving in Southern Australia, Port Lincoln. ?? But i just wanna dive with great white without the CAGE! ?? #greatwhite #cagediving #underwater... More