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great white shark and divers in the Nautilus submersible cages

We are having the chance to learn more and more every day in the water with such an impressive animal.

November 17, 2015 Written by

It’s getting harder and harder to leave Guadalupe at the end of each trip. On this last day we started with a couple of shy sharks, but as the day was ending we had a very interested Shark around our cage, displaying all sort of movements and behaviors. We are having the chance to learn more and more every day in the water with such an impressive animal. Once again we had about 140 feet visibility and the guests of the Belle Amie were able to identify about 4 sharks and we still have about 5 other sharks to find on the records. We have about 172 identified Great White Sharks off of Guadalupe Island and possibly 2 new ones from the past few trips. The water temperature was about 75 F and as I said before, it’s getting harder and harder to leave the water with so much action!

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