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Shark stalking cage

Cooperative feeding behavior – Cages matter!

June 17, 2015 Written by

Watch this white shark video at least half-way through. I guarantee it’s worth it!!!

Very interesting to see what might be cooperative feeding behaviour by 2 great white sharks. Perhaps they really do hunt just like a wolf-pack. I once had a similar experience while watching a big beautiful female white shark from a submersible cage at Guadalupe. I almost had the **ahem** scared out of me when I turned around to see a much bigger female great white less than a foot behind me. This is when the the careful design of our cages really pays off – we put a huge amount of thought into designing radius smooth corners, continuous welding with all the welds carefully ground smooth, nice thick schedule 80 bars etc. Everything designed to ensure that curious sharks don’t get the tiniest scratch if they push up against our cages.

Safe Diving.

Captain Mike

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