Posted on December 26, 2013
Some 200 miles south of San Diego lays Guadalupe Island, justifiably famous as a gathering place for the ocean’s apex predator, the White Shark. Photo diving is from shark cages, and we were surrounded at times by as many as four mini-van sized whites simultaneously. Stealth technology with teeth, serious teeth.
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