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Shooting for planète , Scapa flow Wreck soon on your tv ... 😊 tournage de mystère d’épaves , en Écosse pour planète . Bientôt sur vos écrans ...., #rebreather

Manta Dive Gili Trawangan

Deep and dark on the SF2 Blade rebreather on Dunang Walls site. 📷: @wanderingherb #rebreather

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Shmulik Blum

Huge female Galapagos shark are gathering around cocos this time of year. Galapagos sharks this size can be very ballsy. Using an electrical rebreather and a powerful strobes brought this female to bite my strobe diffuser. This was a close call, yet very exciting moment. Pic by @shmulikblum @underseahunter #rebreather

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Shmulik Blum

Why do scalloped hammerhead sharks visit cocos island in big numbers ? Cleaning! They travel hundreds of miles to enjoy cocos island cleaning stations, populated by yellow barber fish, the sharks will swim through the clouds of fish, slowing down to a complete halt so the small barberfish can catch up and remove tiny parasites anchored in the sharks skin. The best way to witness this behavior close up, is by using rebreather and stealth diving practices. Pic by @shmulikblum #rebreather @underseahunter

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Shmulik Blum

Diving rebreather at cocos island can be a spiritual experience. Imagine yourself underwater being invisible to the sharks hiding between big volcanic rocks like a hunter, watching the sharks movement, position yourself just close enough to feel the water from its tail and this will change the way you ever look at sharks again. Become in harmony, experience to the max in a way very few have done before. skittish hammerhead shark closing in for an intimate portrait shot with in two feet from my lens. One can easily identify the parasites on the shark skin. Looking even closer the ampullae of Lorenzini can be seen on the upper part of the sharks head. Pic by @shmulikblum @underseahunter #rebreather

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