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    FOTOS: El encuentro de una buceadora con Deep Blue, el tiburón blanco más grande


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    En 2013, un tiburón blanco hembra fue encontrado a casi 4.200 kilómetros de la Isla Guadalupe en la península de Baja California en México. Ahora, luego de seis años, un equipo de científicos ha encontrado nuevamente a este ejemplar apodado Deep Blue.

    El pasado 16 de enero, los casi siete metros y 2,5 toneladas de Deep Blue fueron vistos cerca de las costas de Hawai, mientras devoraba los restos de un cachalote. Aprovechando la oportunidad, Mark Muhler, Kimberly Jeffries y George T. Probst lograron fotografiar, filmar e incluso nadar junto a este enorme tiburón.

    Los buzos compartieron su experiencia a través de Instagram.

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    If you asked me a few days ago what the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen in Hawaiian waters the answer probably would be pretty different. If you asked me yesterday the answer would be freediving with Deep Blue, a great white, the largest ever documented ,who was last seen in 2013 in Mexico. If you asked me right now, it would be freediving with, interacting with and photographing not one but multiple, different great whites AND Deep Blue. Tonight when I got home and after I got off the phone with the news something someone said bothered me. I went over photos from three days of diving with sharks and realized that the sharks are different. We’ve now confirmed with scientists that they are indeed unique individuals and we’re working to get IDs out for everyone. Stay tuned! 💙 •⠀⠀ •⠀⠀ •⠀⠀ •⠀⠀ •⠀⠀ #greatwhiteoahu #explore #teamcanon #underwaterphotography #ocean #diving #protecttheselands #worthmorealive #onebreath #ハワイ #conservation #mahalohawaii #greatwhiteshark #freedive #luckywelivehawaii #yayadventure #instagood #travelgram #island #nature #fish #uwphoto #oahu #dreaming #makegratitudeyourattitude #Deepblue

    Una publicación compartida de Kimberly (@hapakimberly) el

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    I got to spend some time with this dead sperm whale off the south shore of Oahu. I was amazed by its teeth and mouth – probably 8-10’ long, and teeth the size of bananas. While it would be a cool souvenir, did you know the possession of modern sperm whale teeth is regulated by CITES and the Marine Mammal Protection Act? In California a few years ago, a man tried to extract teeth from a dead whale before being arrested by the sheriffs office. Some states even have stricter laws about owning any ivory, modern or fossilized, such as New Jersey. I’m not an expert on the subject, but love learning more from people like @diegocardenosa. #ivory #scrimshaw #endangeredspecies #funfact #reward • • • • #freediver #freedive #sonyimages #sonyalpha #bealpha #oahu #hawaii #whale #cetacean #saveourseas #outdoorslife #nature #wideangle #uwphotography #a7riii #conservation #spermwhale #freedivephotography #freedivers #manandbeast

    Una publicación compartida de Mark M (@markshark808) el

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    Deep Blue, possibly the biggest White Shark identified at nearly 7 meters. While last spotted in Mexico, she came on a Hawaii all-you-can-eat vacation. Here, @hapakimberly drops to take some photos of her in front of a sperm whale carcass – notice all the chunks of whale and oil floating around. Kimberly was first to spot her on 13 January 2019, and Kimberly and I confirmed the ID with the white shark authority, @iphotographsharks this morning – thank you! Also present were @laurashark007, @meg_siren, @mitswerdna, @dannyrobertsphotos, plus Andrew and Daren. Thank you all for the surface support, surface photos and videos, and putting up with the smell ☺️ • • #deepblue #greatwhiteshark #greatwhite #whiteshark • • • • #natgeo #sonyimages #freediver #underwater #uwphoto #natgeowild #ocearch #ocean #freediving #sharkdiving #bestdayever #sonya7riii #bealpha #aloha #hawaii #oahu #unreal @ocearch #fearless #shark #sharks

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