(Desliza para ver más 🔛) ✅ El spot mas popular cerca de #AucklandCity para hacer #snorkeling 🐟🥽💙 es #GoatIsland . Si bien el agua no estaba tan fría, hay partes que se sienten muy frías, señores lamentablemente ésto no es el tropico, entonces recomendamos usar traje de neoprene para aguantar mas haciendo ésta actividad. Ayer vimos una #mantaraya y varios #peces hermosos, además de un monton de #jellyfish pero no te hacen nada 😅
Mesmerising Seal Snorkeling moments filmed by @ottowhitehead at Duiker Island, Hout Bay yesterday.
This resident seal colony is home to thousands of Cape fur seals, and is only a 10 minute boat ride from the Hout Bay Harbour. Join the @animal_ocean team and meet these friendly pups of the sea in Cape Town, South Africa.
Diving in the Mediterranean sea was quite cool. Can't say that it was the best place, the underwater flora and fauna isn't very rich (I can compare with the black and red seas and the red sea is very beautiful) but the atmosphere, the vibes are very cool and I like it 😄
P.s. protect our planet! Don't throw your garbage in the oceans or seas. We are destroying all this beauties and it's very sad!
Experience of a lifetime... went open water snorkeling and swam along with a pod of dolphins! 🐬 Huge kudos to @kangaroona for being able to catch some of this beautiful experience for me. 💕 I’m not sure who was watching who more! Crazy being eyeball to eyeball. #notouching I could have spent all day with them ... #fellinlove
@jacintashackleton: Strange shark behaviour? 🤔🦈 Just got out of the water from this amazing interaction with a shark, pretty far from a “killing machine” this beautiful animal seemed quite curious!
Incredible shot by @jacintashackleton
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Encounter with the biggest fish in the ocean! 😍 How would you react? 🦈
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Mass Migration of Golden Cow-nose rays.
Looking like giant leaves floating in the sea, thousands of Golden Cow-nose rays are seen at the coast of Mexico. The spectacular scene was captured as the magnificent creatures made one of their biannual mass migrations to more agreeable waters.
Gliding silently beneath the waves, they turned vast areas of blue water to gold off the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Photo: Sandra Critelli