Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Shark Route teams experience the highs and lows of the South African coasts weather systems but still have great diving and good sharks

The Blue Wilderness Shark Route teams are spread over the length of South Africa's East Coast and although they are battling the weather and water the sharks have been phenomenal. The southern teams have had baitballs with copper and dusky sharks, great endemic shark sightings and even a yellow bellied seasnake. The northern teams have had great raggies and a solitary whaleshark as well as several species of reef shark.

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