Nurkowie spotkali Deep Blue - największego żarłacza białego na świecie

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Nurkowie spotkali Deep Blue - największego żarłacza białego na świecie
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Grupa nurków przypadkowo natknęła się na żarłacza białego u wybrzeży Hawajów. Deep Blue to 50-letnia samica mierząca ok. 6 metrów i ważąca 2,5 tony. Po raz pierwszy i jak dotąd ostatni sfilmowano ją 5 lat temu u wybrzeży Guadalupe. Jest największym znanym ludzkości rekinem drapieżnym.

Niecodzienne spotkanie opisała na Instagramie amerykańska modelka i liderka grupy nurków nazwanej jej imieniem - Ocean Ramsey. 

 

Ramsey twierdzi, że największy żarłacz na Ziemi podpłynął do ich łodzi, aby się podrapać. Nurkowie spędzili z nim cały dzień. 

 

 

 
 
 
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I waited quietly, patiently, observing as she swam up to the dead sperm whale carcass and then slowly to me passing close enough I gently put my hand out to maintain a small space so her girth could pass. I know some people criticize touch but what some don’t realize is that sometimes sharks seek touch, she swam away escorted by two rough-toothed dolphins who danced around her over to one of my @oneoceandiving shark research vessels and proceeded to use it as a scratching post, passing up feeding for another need. I wish more people would have a connection with sharks and the natural world, because then they would understand that it’s not petting sharks or pushing them off to maintain a respectable space that is hurting sharks (because trust me if she didn’t like being pet she can handle and communicate 🦈) it’s the wasteful and cruel practice of grabbing and catching sharks to cut off their fins (which slowly kills them) for #sharkfinsoup in a process called #sharkfinning or the wasteful #sharkfishing or #sharksportfishing If it bothers you that I touched the shark please click on one of the hashtags above and leave them a negative comment first 😉 #HelpSaveSharks #SpreadAwareness #FinBanNow #bansharkfinning #Sharkfin Vid shot on my @gopro #gopro3000 #goproforacause out with @oneoceandiving with @juansharks ❤️ @mermaid_kayleigh 💙 @camgrantphotography ❤️ @forrest.in.focus 💙 @oneoceanresearch @oneoceanglobal @waterinspired @oneoceansharks @oneoceanhawaii @oneoceaneducation #savetheocean #sharktouch #touchingsharks #oneoceanteam #discoversharks #discoverocean #greatwhitesharkinhawaii #freedivingwithsharks #whitesharkhawaii #deadwhalehawaii #dolphinsandsharks #🤙🏽 #Hawaii #sharka 🤙🏽🦈

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- Czekałam w ciszy, cierpliwie, widziałam jak płynie wolno w moim kierunku. Rekiny nie są bezmyślnymi potworami, jak są często przedstawiane - przekazała, przestrzegając jednak, by samemu nie zbliżać się rekinów. 

 

Takiego samego zdania jest John Richardson, konserwator brytyjskiej organizacji "The Shark Trust".  Podczas wywiadu dla CNN ostrzegał przed zbliżaniem się do rekinów wszystkich gatunków.  

 

- Wspaniale jest widzieć "pozytywne" spotkanie rekina i ludzi. Jednak musimy zachować ostrożności, tak jak podczas każdego spotkania z  potężnymi, dzikimi zwierzętami - powiedział. 

 

Efektem spotkania Ramsey z Deep Blue są zapierające dech w piersiach zdjęcia, które opublikowała na Instagramie. 

 

 

 
 
 
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By @oceanramsey “What it’s like to lock eyes with a great white as it slowly and directly approaches me is a feeling I’ve been fortunate to experience many times before but how’s the rough toothed dolphin escort too 😱❤️🦈❤️ I can’t say enough about the importance of sharks for healthy marine ecosystems, for the ocean, we need sharks and yet, perhaps because of the negative and inaccurate way they are portrayed in mass media many people do not care that they are being killed at a rate of 70,000,000-100,000,000 every year! What’s worse, they are killed mostly just for #sharkfinsoup or for #sharkfishing as #sharksportfishing I would encourage you to take a look at the above hashtags and see the cruelty and waste and compare it to this reality of peaceful and respectful coexistence. #helpsavesharks #savetheocean I do not encourage people to do this. I’ve been working with sharks for over 15 years, over 30 species including white sharks all around the world. They are #apexpredatornotmonster not puppies...but this was the gentlest grandma great #whiteshark ive ever met ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Deepest gratitude for my team and the incredible shot I will cherish forever @camgrantphotography Freediving this morning with @oneoceandiving #oneoceanohana @juansharks ❤️ @mermaid_kayleigh 💙 @forrest.in.focus 🌅🦈 @oneoceanhawaii @waterinspired @oneoceanconservation @oneoceaneducation @oneoceanglobal @travelcoffeeandsharks @discoversharks Fins @cressi1946 #tigersharkwetsuit by @xcelwetsuits 💙🦈💙 #greatwhitehawaii #divewithsharks #greatwhitesharks #oceanramsey #oneoceandiving #ocean #sharks #instagram #instagood #today #amazing #beautiful #madeofocean #teamoneocean “

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Overjoyed at all the positive attention sharks are getting right now. There will always be critics who have their own motives but it still makes me really happy because for the first time in my life more people than ever actually care about sharks 🥰….Now if only people would spend that time writing about shark finning or to shark fishermen or to politicians to help save them rather than spreading hate and trying to create drama then WOW just think of how many laws and minds we could change and sharks we could save if we worked together 😉😉 So grateful for this magical encounter and the opportunity to raise awareness for sharks on a global scale ❤️🙌🏽 The interviews addressing things like #SharkCulling in Australia or the #SharkFinBan law that needs to be passed in florida or very excited to say that because of all of this we got the bill to ban the purposeful killing of sharks and rays reintroduced into the house and senate in #hawaii So thrilled, happy, and grateful for sharks and all the people out there supporting shark and marine conservation and good research (not the kind of “research” that kills sharks) Speak our against #SharkFishing Much #lava #love and such happy positive vibes :) #Grateful #biggerpicture #FocusOnSavingSharks #HelpSaveSharks #SaveSharks #SaveTheOcean #Aumakua #Malamamanō #Gratitude #Joy #Happy #Beautiful #Best #SharksInHawaii Watch my story for more unreleased footage and links to some incredible people Photo of a big beautiful white shark in #Hawaii and a rough toothed dolphin cruising together by my #JuanAndOnly @juansharks @oneoceandiving #notTouching 😉😘 ❤️🦈❤️ #sharksareamazing #oceanramsey

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