Shark Yin Yang

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    Bull sharks from Southern Mozambique in Jan 2007. Conditions were incredible and the sharks were out to play.

    u c c r o w, pterantula, Jeff Croft, and 74 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. slaptaxi [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      "NO its good but not one of the greatest ever" the On My Wall group
      Love the shot, but the aspect ratio's no good for a poster. As a framed picture, you can't go past blue, but you may crop the bubbles from the diver. My bathroom door would benefit from this shot otherwise.

    2. archive-of-absence [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      More than 100 million sharks are taken from the seas each year. For a group that has been around for the past 400 million years, sharks cannot survive this onslaught because most large sharks reach sexual maturity only at seven years, and then give birth to only a few pups each year.

      Research on the potential effects of the disappearance of sharks from selected ecosystems suggests that the consequences could be devastating for commercially and nutritionally important fishes.

      In the Hawaiian Reefs model, the removal of tiger sharks resulted in a crash in populations of tuna and jacks, due to a marked increase in seabirds, the shark's primary prey.

      In Chinese banquets, over 40 per cent of the meal cost comes from shark's fin soup. The challenge is to find restaurateurs who would take on the responsibility of saving sharks by sourcing an alternative dish which still allows them to sustain banquet profits.

      With China's 1.2 billion people gaining in affluence and holding to the tradition of shark's fin soup at celebrations, I don't give the 453 remaining species of sharks much of a chance. "

    3. Luis Javier Arrillaga 69 months ago | reply

      Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado Tiburones y nos encantaría agregar esto al grupo.

    4. ScottS101 65 months ago | reply

      Looks like fun. Great shot!

    5. Carlos Sottovia 64 months ago | reply

      Hi !! We Invite you place and participate your BLUE Photos in this NEW (BLUE) Group:

      Quinze azul

      tks! Cas

    6. Ross Wildish 63 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot, love the teal colour they look

    7. ok_kid [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      beautiful picture! it makes you feel right there with them.

    8. 62 months ago | reply

      what deadly symmetry and beautifully captured and compositioned... even though its about sharks, it still reminds me of the William Blake poem "Tiger"

      nice shot

    9. micronetal 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called La Mar de Flickr, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. coismarbella 61 months ago | reply

      Beautiful pic, well done!!!

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    11. ricardobed 57 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!

    12. g mc donald 57 months ago | reply

      holly molly what a shot , bull sharks can be nasty. Very brave. Well done

    13. alan habbick 44 months ago | reply

      I like the position of the bulls to each other, couldn't have asked them to get in a better position.

    14. Ron Barleycorn 43 months ago | reply

      Look at that water ! Nice shot of the sharks :)

    15. jwsharks [deleted] 39 months ago | reply

      SO JAWSOME! You & Ryan ROCK! for all you guys do with Sharks!

    16. matt9122 26 months ago | reply

      Great Shot. How many bulls do you get at a time?

    17. robs cruising & diving pics 9 months ago | reply

      Beautiful scene indeed...

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