Have you ever seen a whale sleeping? 🐋😮 . Freedivers @guillaumenery and @juliegautier.nery captured this beautiful encounter with a #spermwhale during the shooting of their movie #onebreatharoundtheworld . 💙 Like and Save! . 🐳 Share with someone who should see this! . 🎥 @guillaumenery
@adammartinphotography: I've dreamed about finding Cabo Pulmo's Jack tornado for a few years. When we actually found them, and they arranged themselves into the shape of a tornado, my mind was instantly blown. I always try to set realistic expectations, and never did I imagine I would actually see them like this. The Sea of Cortez delivered with flying colors 🤘 . 🐟 Tag someone who'd love to see this! . 🎥: @adammartinphotography
Have you ever seen an albino manta ray? Well now you have! 😍🤙🏻 . 🎥 by @lostparadisecharters: "Whilst enjoying sunset drinks on the top deck of Mikumba 2, a very special guest arrived. Dressed in an exquisite white suit." . 💙 Like & Save . 🌊 Tag someone who should see this!
By @jacintashackleton: Turtle season on the Great Barrier Reef also brings a lot of fighting!🐢💥These Green sea turtles were not being too friendly as one bites and grips onto the other! . 💙 Like & Save! . 🎥: @jacintashackleton
@oceanramsey: "Surfboard deterrent testing with white sharks at another very remote island. Its important to realize that while a surfboard or object on the surface might be eye catching sharks generally factor in multiple things before biting. Excess splashing on the surface can be an added stimulus that increases the chances of an adverse interaction. Watching this footage you realize that even with multiple huge white sharks they are generally not going to just bite things that they don’t readily see as a prey item which might explain why given how many millions of people enter the ocean everyday, the sharks domain, that there are rarely mistaken or competitive bites. Unfortunately and Sadly sometimes people are bit, but these incidents are a reality of playing in a natural environment like an African savannah near lions, a forrest with bears, or jungle with jaguars. There are risks but with sharks, they make fewer mistakes than any other capable apex predator except Orca. There are things you can do to help reduce your chances of the already EXTREMELY rare bite. Also keep in mind to watch out for humans, who kill millions more people than sharks do. Drunk drivers, texting and driving, guns should be more of a concern. Even Jellyfish and drowning should be a far greater concern. I would advise that when you go in the ocean turn around and look around constantly, regardless of your activity. Dont surf, swim, spearfish, wade, or dive in murky water or near river, drain, or harbor outlets or areas where people regularly fish. Don’t swim or surf with pets or downstream of livestock. Stay close to shore and close to a buddy. Dont wear or use bright yellow/flourecent or white watches, fins, snorkels, etc. Respect sharks as apex predators but help protect them because they are not monsters, remember humans kill over 100,000,000 of them every year." 🦈 . 🎥: @oceanramsey