Thursday, November 20, 2008

Great White Sharks of Guadalupe

Is This Shark Smiling For The Camera or Spotting Lunch ?
Great White Shark Grin
A 12 foot great white having a snack
Great White Shark Eating
Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe) is a volcanic Island located about 150 miles off the west coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula and is one of the premiere shark tourism destination
it’s not uncommon to see several 10 to 12 foot long male sharks become interested in the chum (bait) used to attract them. Because the bait isn’t moving however the elder sharks take their time before striking.
Great White Shark sound
Great White Shark cage
Another shark grin, is he happy to see you or does he see lunch?
Great White Shark Grin
A typical charter boat with shark cages
Great White Shark Cage
Power, Beauty and Elegance
Great White Shark
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