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Shark feeding dives are very controversial. This PADI Course Director speaks out with her reasons for participating in them. What are your thoughts? #scuba #shark #sharkfeeding #marinelifecommon.seeMore
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The Awakening Shark Dive in Barefoot Kuata in Yasawa Island Fiji. #SharkFeeding #BullSharks #SharkFeeding #BullSharkscommon.seeMore
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Breath-taking..common.seeMore

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Its a Bullshark Party with the B.A.D crew at pacific habour Fiji in Beqa Lagoon. #Fiji #Partytime #Nocage #Sharkfeeding #Bullsharks #Fiji #Partytime #Nocage #Sharkfeeding #Bullsharkscommon.seeMore
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Barefoot Kuata Resort Fiji (Waya, Yasawa) Site: The Awakening Shark Dive. Depth: 24m Time: 30mins (Including 5mins safety stop) Boat Trip: 20mins to the Site from the Resort. Activity: Feeding (15-25 Bull Sharks ) couple of Whitetip, Silvertip, Lemon Sharks, 1/2 Tiger Sharks, Great Hammerhead etc... Team: Reef Safari Dive Crew Fiji. #yasawagroup #sharkdive #sharkfeeding #fiji #sharkgalore #nocage #reefsafarifiji #yasawagroup #sharkdive #sharkfeeding #fiji #sharkgalore #nocage #reefsafarifijicommon.seeMore
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Beqa Adventure Shark Dive Fiji. #NoCage #SharkFeeding #BullSharks #NoCage #SharkFeeding #BullSharkscommon.seeMore
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Hi there! Do you know if December is a good time to go and see the sharks in Fiji? Or would the weather be too unpredictable?common.seeMore

The Awakening Shark Dive in Barefoot Kuata is Fiji. #bullsharks #fiji #yasawagroup #nocage #sharkfeeding #bullsharks #fiji #yasawagroup #nocage #sharkfeedingcommon.seeMore
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Did you know sharks can dislocate their upper jaws ? Mercury in action!!! Barefoot Kuata Resort Awakening Shark feeding dive. #Yasawa #Fiji #nocage #bullsharks #sharkfeedingcommon.seeMore
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Yeah it's one of natures wonders!!????????common.seeMore

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Barefoot Kuata Awakening Shark Dive Fiji. #yasawagroup #bullsharks #sharkfeeding #nocage #yasawagroup #bullsharks #sharkfeeding #nocagecommon.seeMore
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Cheers bro ;)common.seeMore

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Lemon sharks feeding frenzy. Knowing the true nature of sharks. The lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris) is a stocky and powerful shark. Lemon sharks can grow to 3.4 metres (11 ft) in length. They are often found in shallow subtropical waters and are known to inhabit and return to specific nursery sites for breeding. Often feeding at night, these sharks use electroreceptors to find their main source of prey: fish. Lemon sharks enjoy the many benefits of group living such as enhanced communication, courtship, predatory behavior, and protection. This species of shark gives birth to live young, and the females are polyandrous and have a biennial reproductive cycle. Lemon sharks are not thought to be a large threat to humans. The Lemon Shark loves the tropical and subtropical waters in coastal areas of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Sharks are curious, cautious and sentient creatures they are among the most vulnerable, valuable and misunderstood animals on the planet. Protect The Sharks #sharks #sharkdiving #sharkfeeding #sharkfreenzy #scubadiving #sharkbehaviorcommon.seeMore
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Hey Ramon, welcome! You may want to join the tech dive group https://www.deepblu.com/community/group/4common.seeMore

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Bull sharks filmed in Florida by Ramon Llaneza. Knowing The True Nature of Sharks. The bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) is a predatory species that lives in coastal seas, with the best ability to move into fresh waters. They are able to move back and forth between saltwater and freshwater with ease. This behavior brings them into more contact with humans than most species of sharks, and they are therefore responsible for fatally biting more people than any other species. Reaching lengths of 11 feet (3.5 m) and weights up to nearly 700 pounds (315 kg), the bull shark is one of the largest sharks (Family Carcharhinide). They are aggressive predators and eat a variety of prey. They are known to eat several species of bony fishes and also small sharks, some mammals (both terrestrial and marine), seabirds, and occasionally sea turtles. Sharks are curious, cautious and sentient creatures they are among the most vulnerable, valuable and misunderstood animals on the planet. Protect The Shark #shark #sharkdiving #bullshark #sharkfeeding #scubadiving #sharkbehavior #sharkscommon.seeMore
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