Following up from my previous post, we move from a pond near the Everglades back to Tiger Beach in the Bahamas, where tiger sharks can still be seen in good numbers. Sadly, even here they have dropped by more than 50%. While dives with around 20 tigers were the norm only a decade or two ago, today you'd be very lucky to see 10! Thankfully, these are very curious creatures so the ones you get tend to stick around. Having six tiger sharks swirling around you is still an amazing experience! I'd love to know what it's like with 20 of them! Have you ever dived with tiger sharks? If so, where and how was it?
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Animals, Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas, Cartilaginous Fishes (Chondrichthyes), Diving, Elasmobranchii, Epic Diving, Fish, Galeomorphi, Grand Bahama, Ground Sharks (Carcharhiniformes), Neoselachii, Ocean, Requiem Sharks (Carcharhinidae), Salt Water, Scuba Diving, Selachii, Sharks (Selachimorpha), Sharks and Rays (Euselachii), Tauchen, Tiger Beach, Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier), Underwater
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