Tuesday, September 29, 2015

New sharks at Guadalupe Island

It's been a fantastic great white shark season at Guadalupe Island so far. As reported earlier, a lot of our regular visitors have come back again, with "Bite Face" making his 15th straight appearance.  Along with our old "friends", we have also seen a bunch of new sharks. Three of them have officially been added to the MCSI photo ID database during our last science expedition.

Introducing "Luca" a sub adult male, # 171 in our database.


Joining him at #172 is "Freya", a small female.

"Hunter", a curious and active male is going to be #173

Along with those 3 above, we have seen at least another 7 sharks that are not in the database yet. I'll let you know, when they get officially added.

If you want to meet our sharks up close and personal, call us at 619.987.4275 or email staff@sharkdiver.com. The rest of this season is sold out and our 2016 season is already more than 50% booked. Maybe you will be the next person to find a new shark at Guadalupe Island.

Let's go shark diving!

Martin Graf
CEO Shark Diver

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