A large female tiger shark called Emma swimming through a group of divers at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. These are very confident animals that know they don't have to fear anyone that's down there with them. This however doesn't mean that they are aggressive in any way. They will expect you to make way for them and will run you over if you don't, but there are hardly any serious incidents involving divers and it is surprisingly easy to steer them away should they get a bit too close for comfort!
- © Hannes Klostermann | HK-UNDERWATER.COM 2018
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Animals, Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas, Cartilaginous Fishes (Chondrichthyes), Diver, Diving, Elasmobranchii, Epic Diving, Fish, Galeomorphi, Grand Bahama, Ground Sharks (Carcharhiniformes), Neoselachii, Ocean, Requiem Sharks (Carcharhinidae), Salt Water, Scuba Diver, Scuba Diving, Selachii, Sharks (Selachimorpha), Sharks and Rays (Euselachii), Tauchen, Tiger Beach, Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier), Underwater
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- Tiger Beach, Bahamas