Divers who pose in front of Hawaii with huge white shark
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In fact, the waters off Hawaii are too hot for sharks: a diving team was lucky enough to find a great white shark there. Apparently a pregnant female, the researchers did not see any danger.
thereOn a giant white shark diver have found off the coast of Hawaii – and have made fascinating shots of the meeting. The female of a two-meter-long shark appeared suddenly, while the other sharks before the island of Oahu devoured the sperm of a sperm whale, while the diver Ocean Ramsey said the newspaper "Honolulu Star Adviser".
Two dolphins swam around the animal as if they were protecting it. "They did not leave them alone, everyone had a lot of fun together." The other sharks would leave. The Great White Shark then rubbed himself on the diver's boat.
"He was just a big, nice and kind giant who wanted to use our boat like a scratching post," Ramsey said. She and her team spent the day swimming with the Great White Shark photographing the animal.
The Hawaiian native is a biologist and a shark scientist and is known for diving with unprotected sharks. In addition, the former model has its own diving agency. On her Instagram page, she posted photos with a warning that she strongly advised against swimming with sharks, especially whites or tiger sharks. "I work with the sharks every day in the water and I can evaluate them".
Ramsey has estimated the age of the shark for at least 50 years and weighs two and a half tons. The Great White Shark was "frightfully wide" and probably pregnant, he said. "Tall and pregnant females are actually the safest to be with, they've seen it all in their lives – including us." Haie, he pointed out, would attack people only in young and inexperienced years.
The female had similarities with "Deep Blue", which is considered the greatest white shark so far. It had been filmed off the island of Guadalupe, off the west coast of Mexico. In Hawaiian waters white sharks are rarely spotted, because the water is too hot there.