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The bull sharks (Near Threatened) patrol the Big Game Club marina every day. The scientists at the lab go there to study them. One also came in for a visit when we visited the hammerheads.
Tie content to specific places! This shark lives in the Bahamas Shark Sanctuary. #overfishinar #SharkStanley pic.twitter.com/VHGVd6CzEBCaribbean reef (Near Threatened) and blacknose sharks (Near Threatened) swarmed us at the Triangle Rocks. The reefies are about 5 feet long; the blacknoses are smaller.
— Bucky Taotaotasi (@saipanblogger) March 3, 2015
Sharks are worth more alive! Great photo by @Sharks4Kids pic.twitter.com/rZQOI45CYkI've swum with all those species at different times, but this was my first time to see a great hammerhead (Endangered). I spent two days on the water. I saw three on the first day and one on the second.
— Bucky Taotaotasi (@saipanblogger) February 19, 2015
I also saw several spotted eagle rays (Near Threatened) both at the marina and out on the water, several southern stingrays (Data Deficient), and a single yellow-spotted ray (unassessed by IUCN) hanging out in the marina.
There's a bunch of sharks in this shark free marina @BigGameClub Bull sharks and eagle rays! #SharkSanctuary pic.twitter.com/qrrWajubkw
— Bucky Taotaotasi (@saipanblogger) February 8, 2015