National Geographic

Photo: @andy_mann // A large female oceanic whitetip shark whips into a tight turn a few feet from my camera. Once considered the most abundant #shark on #earth, the whitetip has faced population declines of over 90% worldwide due to overfishing and shark finning practices. It is in places like the #Bahamas, which is a designated shark sanctuary, where these beautiful animals can continue the thrive. @sea_legacy // please #followme @andy_mann on a journey into the world’s oceans. 🦈

The Bahamas

Photo: @andy_mann // A large female oceanic whitetip shark whips into a tight turn a few feet from my camera. Once considered the most abundant #shark on #earth, the whitetip has faced population declines of over 90% worldwide due to overfishing and shark finning practices. It is in places like the #Bahamas, which is a designated shark sanctuary, where these beautiful animals can continue the thrive. @sea_legacy // please #followme @andy_mann on a journey into the world’s oceans. 🦈

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@benowmehere

Gorgeous

@turangvrk

Amazing

@travel_chaps

Awesome photo! 😍🦈

@gregfarkel

Ready to eat you

@mr_s_13

Flip the phone upside down for a good mind flip

@argus_136

This is shark

@marie_azura

Pauvres bête, il ont une si mauvaise réputation et les gens les connaissent si mal. Je vous soutient 👍

@dmwnicholas

@smo_._oth kala, des douleia o man sto page tou!

@mrsmcg123

Incredible photograph

@sartor.captaindive

Esse está na lista ainda. Cat Island (Bahamas) ou brother island (mer vermelho)....

@moorevocal

@blondie7306 that would be a dope tattoo

@karen.e.hausfeld

Eeek not a fan of these things...

@one.square.at.a.time

@dee_em_gee_in_cali second guessing the Bahamas if it’s a shark sanctuary

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