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  • 2019.05.14 | 08:16

Juan Oliphant hawaii búvárkodó fotós egész különleges fotókkal operál: az ember szinte kedvet kap hozzá, hogy azonnal merüljön. Pedig ilyesfajta képeket nem tud akárki csinálni...

 

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We are what we eat! Studies are predicting that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050. Tag someone u think should know this! I know we can’t stop all plastic but single use plastic like water bottle, plastic utensils, straws, and plastic bags need to stop. If ur feeling inspired to do something Come help clean up the beach at Kahala Beach tomorrow from 9am to 12pm with @oneoceanconservation @kennaaloha @oneoceandiving and if u can’t make it do ur best to stop the use of single use plastic in ur community. #stopsingleuseplastic #beachcleanup #stopsucking #noplasticstraws #noplasticbottles #savetheocean #savethesharks this photo creation by @paolo_pnd found via @zerograss

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@oceanramsey and one of the few male tiger sharks we have seen @oneoceandiving in the last 20years. We named this tiger shark Riley after Our New Zealand shark biologist @thelifeofrileynz while he was out here working with us @oneoceanresearch. Riley the tiger came by Friday with a large female tiger shark named Candy Stripe, both behaving oddly, circling each other and swimming in a figure 8 almost. My 1st reaction was territorial behavior but it carried on for while. Last time we encountered Riley was almost a year ago and he was with another large female tiger shark named Tank. Mating? Not sure but it seemed like some kind of courtship. @oceanramsey pictured here getting close with her @axisgo. #ApexPredatorNotMonster #coexist #savingjaws #extinctionisforever #stopsharkfinsoup #stopsharkfinning #cagethefear #starttocare #helpsavesharks

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This is a photo of me gently redirecting #Niki the tiger shark. Me and Niki go way back and the level of trust that she has with me can be seen with her eye contact as I put my hand on her nose. Almost every shark will protect its eyes in close range of anything they think could hurt them. Tiger sharks have a nictitating membrane that will go up to protect their eyes and Niki rarely uses hers with me. I can’t stress enough that these larger sharks are the one that need protection, not only for the survival of their species but for human safety. These larger sharks have learned through experience what is a food source and what is not a food source, meaning they are less likely to mistake a surfer as a sea turtle or a swimmer as seal. Also studies show that these larger sharks push the juveniles out of the territory that they patrol. The juvenile sharks are mostly the ones making mistaken Identity bites, trying to figure out things and life. Killing the large sharks out of fear in shark culling programs is not the answer for keeping the oceans safe for humans. Photo by my braddah @lau_z_foto @jerrettlau diving with @oceanramsey during a @oneoceandiving charter

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@oceanramsey trying to back up and give some space for this curious mom and baby humpback whale. In moments like this, it is so tempting for me to just rush into close proximity to get good photos, but my best animal interactions have always been when I wait patiently. Earning the trust of a wild animal takes time and respect. Love to see how protecting whales has helped with their population here in the pacific islands. My life will be complete when sharks have that same and well deserved protection. #sharkstoo #sharksmatter #helpsavesharks #ApexPredatorNotMonster #cagethefear. Photo taken with my @aquatech_imagingsolutions #juansharks @xcelwetsuits swipe to see whole photo.

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