Who knew that white tip sharks grade themselves by size? from small to big. From the Nautilus Explorer – Roca PartidaJune 8, 2013
Arriving at 7AM to the Mexican Show on Roca was very welcoming to the boatload of Canadians made us feel right at home. Dropping into the blue with a dense school of jacks and trevally, interspersed with wahoo, puffers and oh yes, dozens of sharks!! White tips, silver tips, Galapagos, silky, hammerhead and apparently a manta in the mix for good measure.
Carmen bakes up fresh cookies every day, but today was again in commemoration to the Canadians, with maple-coconut and they were the best so far. On day 3 it is now in question whether this cruise is about the diving or about the food?
And who knew that the white tips grade themselves by size? Each slot held a different size of shark from small to big, sharing their niches with eels, lobster and cleaners of all kinds.
And the worst, another 4 dives of the same tomorrow.
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