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As a shark diver, it’s exciting when a shark decides to approach you as they are generally shy & just swim by. But in an emergency situation when you have a shark approaching you, you should stay calm and avoid splashing, maintain eye contact, slowly swim away, put something between you & the shark, & you can push down hard on the nose as a last option. Avoid physical contact unless absolutely necessary. Please swim with sharks with trained professionals & reuptable companies with safety guidelines. #savesharks #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #ocean #tigershark #predator
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Moments with tigers ⚡️🦈 #savesharks #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #tigershark #ocean
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Do you have thalassaphobia? #deepsea #openocean #deepwater #ocean #thalassophobia
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I didnt even want to bring more attention to this terrible operation but with the high amount of inquiries I wanted to highlight some of the issues within this video. Inexperienced divers should never be flailing in bright colors, scattered throughout the water column, & redirecting sharks on their own without the guide between them & the shark. It could have gone much worse for this group & I’m glad everyone left with their limbs. No, sharks aren’t man eaters… I actually think this video proves that. But they are wild animals and apex predators capable of doing a lot of damage. Don’t treat them like puppy dogs which can end with a negative encounter & bad repercussions for the sharks. I truly hope this organization learned its lesson with the negative feedback and does better for their guests & for the sharks. #sharkdiving #fail #savesharks #tigershark #sharkdiver
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Tiger sharks are actually one of the most shy & timid species of shark. The species I work with most, the oceanic white tip, is very confident & dominant & comes right up to check you out. We just hear more negative news about tigers because they are more often in shallow waters where humans can hang out as they can cruise the reef. This can lead for more potential human & shark encounters. Still with how often they are near humans (whether we know it or not) attacks are extremely rare. Though about 10 humans are killed by sharks each year, humans kill around 100,000,000! A staggering difference that we should work to change as sharks are extremely important for the oceans ecosystems which affects us all! Video by @davidrstudios 🦈💙 #savesharks #sharkdiver #tigershark #sharkdiving #ocean
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With their ampullae of lorenzini, sharks tend to be more interested in objects that give off an electrical current. We often see the tiger sharks focusing their attention on the engines of the boat or even metal objects like the ladder. Here is my attempt to push this spicy tiger shark named Kalihi away from @andriana_marine’s boat as she sprays us with ocean water. Love andys sound effects 🦈💦😂 #tigershark #savesharks #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #sharks
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Not sure what prompted kalihi to roll & dive down. It may have been the white on my fins peaking her interest, the feel of my hand under her nose, or the presence of the other sharks around. For whatever the reason, I love getting to see their white bellies so much! The ventral side or belly of an animal is their most sensitive side so they typically aim to protect that & sheild it away from other predators. Sharks arent puppy dogs & though these videos may make it look easy, these interactions are after years of experience. They arent man eating monsters but they are still top predators very capable & potentially dangerous. 🦈💙 #tigershark #savesharks #ocean #sharkdiving #sharkdiver
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Hey Nikki I’m just trying to come swim with you! What likely caused this reaction from this tiger shark was my fins lightly splashing on the surface & the white stickers I have underneath of them looking like something dead, dying, or weak. When flesh dies it turns white & sharks can see these bright colors better in the water. Lightly splashing the surface can indicate something struggling & dying at the surface. The size of the white stickers on my fins is bite size for Nikki & the metal ladder gives off an electrical current that can peak her interest as well, so though it may look like it, I was not her target here. 🦈⚡️ #tigershark #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #ocean #savesharks
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Yes sharks are dangerous. Of course they are! They are wild animals with teeth & instincts! But in the scheme of things, sharks are very polite predators. There are so many things more likely to kill you than sharks including falling coconuts, ants, cows, & sadly of course our fellow man. So lets stop demonizing these incredible & important animals! 💙🦈 #savesharks #bluesharks #ocean #sharkdiving #sharkdiver
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I laughed so hard seeing these two turtles mating as it looked like one was just catching a ride on the other. This trend & song immediately popped in my head. Did anyone notice the 3rd chasing behind? In the full length clip you can see the third wheel chases them into the depths. @Nautilus Liveaboards 🐢🐢🐢 #usinanotheruniverse #turtles #ocean #scubadiving #sea
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My number one rule of shark diving is look around, especially behind you. You’d be surprised at how much more comfortable sharks feel to approach from behind & how aware they are of the front of your body & eyes. Facing the animal communicates that you are a fellow predator- aware, alert, & ready to react to them. The back of your body shows you’re unaware & potentially incapable of defending yourself. It doesn’t mean a shark is going to attack if your back is turned but they may feel more comfortable to come closer. Always face a shark, make eye contact, stay calm, put something between you & the shark, if they keep coming toward you push down on their head or even on their sensitive gills. Did you notice her tense up when my hand rubbed across her gills? 🦈💙 ##sharkdiver##sharkdiving##ocean##savesharks##tigershark
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While out here diving on this remote island chain 370 miles off the coast of Mexico, I’ve been doing a rigorous dive schedule of 4 dives per day. Spending more time in the deep has been amazing. How does it make you feel to imagine being this deep? Diving with @Nautilus Liveaboards 🤿💙🖤 #scubadiving #scuba #ocean #thalassophobia #mexico #sea
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Its always so disheartening to see marine litter in such a beautiful environment. Leaving plastic & other debris is harmful for wildlife that inhabits the ocean as they can become entangled in it or ingest it. Dont listen to any haters saying one piece of litter is not enough… every little bit helps! If youre saving one animal by picking up one piece of trash that is a positive ripple effect! Using less single use plastic in our daily lives & knowing where our seafood comes from is very helpful to preventing marine debris. ♻️🗑️🌊💙 #cleanuptheocean #ocean #marinedebris #singleuseplastic
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Have you heard of the forbidden island of Hawaii called Niihau? With just around 100 residents & being allowed on the island by invitation only, it remains a pristine environment for native species. Diving there with @fathomfive was an absolutely breathtaking & awe inspiring experience! We were able to see monk seals, sandbar sharks, spotted eagle ray, octopus, turtle, manta ray, lots of nudibranchs, & many endemic species of fish I normally dont see much of on the other Hawaiian reefs. All of this while exploring the caves & beautiful structure the area has to offer! You could definitely feel the mana (sacred Hawaiian word for energy/power) in this area. It felt like a different Hawaii than I am used to seeing, very raw & wild. I am so grateful for the experience with the amazing crew at Fathom Five Divers! 🤿🫧🌊 #niihau #kauai #travelhawaii #scuba #scubadiving #scubahawaii #ocean
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What would you do with your time if money was no object? Do more of that… 🦈💙 Most people don’t understand why someone would want to spend their time in the water with sharks. Its hard to describe what their presence feels like… but its better than anything money could ever buy! ⚡️ #savesharks #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #ocean #tigershark
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Replying to @Julsss Shark diving is a risk just like sky diving, bungee jumping, or even just driving in your car everyday. Sharks arent puppy dogs so we do take a risk when entering their home. It’s important to go with reputable companies that can keep you as safe as possible when we want to experience sharks in the ocean. A reputable company should be willing & excited to share a lot of information about their tour, especially the safety aspect. Do some research on their guidelines on their website & even social media. Why shark dive at all? Shark diving/tourism is beneficial as shows an alternative way to profit off these amazing animals without profiting off killing them for their fins & meat. Sadly, governments look heavily at economics when making choices. Shark fishing is legal in many places in the world & shark tourism keeps the sharks near a tourist boat vs a fishing boat. It can also give fishermen an alternative income vs fishing & show the local community why protecting sharks is important. The biggest detriment & killer of sharks is commercial fishing so the best way to save them is to eat less or no seafood so they cannot be caught as bycatch. Check out what bycatch is if you don't already know. Additionally, being in the water with them has allowed us to directly save them by removing fishing line, nets, bucket rims & other debris left by humans. Some may argue any human presence of any kind is harmful to wildlife but the alternative is humans having a no contact policy & therefore having no connection to them. When humans have no connection they often don't care about them & don't care about them being killed (what happened in the jaws era). Divers @Danny Mako @Shark Squad #savesharks #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #hawaii #ocean #tigershark
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It’s always such a treat to see predators feeding in the wild. At the top of the food chain, they work so hard for a meal and have an important role keeping the lower levels in check! These are a few rare examples ive been able to witness over 10 years diving in Hawaii. @K@KaimanaOceanSafarit#tigersharks#savesharkso#oceanp#predatorh#hawaiis#sharkdivings#sharkdiver
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Mako sharks can burst up to 45 miles per hour (74 kilometers/hour). Swimming with them is exhilarating. 🦈⚡️ #savesharks #makoshark #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #ocean #mako
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Sharks are wild animals & top predators but that doesnt mean they should be demonized like they are monsters. Sharks are vital to keep the oceans healthy & in balance. Sharks rare attack humans & are responsible for under a dozen human fatalities per year. Youre more likely to be bitten by a New Yorker than a shark & far more likely to be killed by a mosquito, cow, or dog than a shark. Sadly humans kill around 100,000,000 sharks annually. We need to do better for our finned friends. 💙🦈 #savesharks #tigershark #sharkdiver #sharkdiving #ocean
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On this wild dive @andriana_marine & I were out numbered by tiger sharks so us communicating while keeping our heads under water is so important. We cant lift our heads out of water to have a chat as we need to keep looking around at any approaching sharks. We will often point out sharks to one another or make a noise. My alert sounded a bit like a turkey call in this video 🦃 😂 but honestly any sound that can get someone’s attention will work. On a dive like this it’s important to dive with those you trust & Andy is someone who I know has my back & has helped me out many times before. Very grateful for these moments that keep us on our toes with the oceans most misunderstood, feared predators. 🦈💙 #savesharks #tigershark #ocean #sharkdiving #sharkdiver #diving
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