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Baby Sharks and Amigas

Baby Sharks and Amigas

We have been seeing lots of baby white-tip sharks this August through October. This one was hanging out with two adult females. The gestation is 10-13 months every other year and give birth to up to six pups. Once born...they take care of themselves. Hemos estado...

Loving a School of Grunts

Loving a School of Grunts

What diver does not love a school of grunts? They are so beautiful. If you go slow...you can emerge into the school and become one with the fish. That is the best part about diving with small groups of two to four divers...You can get closer to the marine life and...

Hawksbill Turtle with Barnacles

Hawksbill Turtle with Barnacles

A small hawksbill turtle that was covered with barnacles came swimming really fast by us. He was leaning to the right side while swimming. Looked like he was having problems and as he got closer we could see that he was missing part of his shell on the left side plus...

Bed Full of Sharks at Rainbow

Bed Full of Sharks at Rainbow

What lies at the end of the rainbow? A sand bed full of sharks. As we were diving at Arco Iris (Rainbow) we found several sand beds full of sharks. This site is one of our advanced dive sites in the Catalina Islands diving area, about a 30 minute boat ride from Playa...

Black Pacific Turtle

Black Pacific Turtle

While scuba diving at Bajo Tiburones we found this beautiful black pacific turtle getting a cleaning. This cleaning station is a popular spot for the turtles and also southern stingrays. Bajo Tiburones is one of our favorites in the Catalina Islands area, about a 20...

School of Jacks at Los Arcos, Bat Islands

School of Jacks at Los Arcos, Bat Islands

Feelings of natural high at Bat Islands as you enjoy the scuba diving at Los Arcos. As we swim through the arches...there are so many fish and then this big school of jacks come flying through. Feliz Feliz! Bat Islands are advanced dive sites located in the Santa Rosa...

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