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Shark Diving Florida 2018

Discussion in 'The Canon Corner' started by seansrs36, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. seansrs36

    seansrs36 Barracuda

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    I recently went shark diving off of Jupiter, FL. The conditions were not the best but it was just good to be in the water. Here are some pics from the trip:

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    More pics can be found here at:

    Florida Shark Diving 2018
     
  2. Babette Costa

    Babette Costa Banned

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    Woah! Thats a great shot.
     
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  3. drrich2

    drrich2 Solo Diver

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    Really nice lemon shots. By the way, when I glanced at your album, at first I thought you had all lemon sharks, but pic 10 (showing the feeder handing food to a shark) shows us another species, not a lemon (2nd dorsal fin way too small) or a tiger shark. Is that a bull shark? I'm thinking bull, not I'm not real good at shark I.D.'s.

    Richard.
     
  4. iamrushman

    iamrushman Loggerhead Turtle

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    very nice photos...thanks for sharing.
     
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  5. HalcyonDaze

    HalcyonDaze Manta Ray

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    That is a bull. That was a new thing for me when I started diving Emerald again after a 1-year interlude; Josh now usually gets them to mix it up with the group and one or two will eventually start taking bait from him. Not sure whether it's taken them this long (4+ years) to get comfortable around us or if some other factor is in play.

     
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  6. seansrs36

    seansrs36 Barracuda

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    Thank you
     

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