November 17, 2010

Great White Shark

Photograph by David Caravias, My Shot

This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Migration Photos

Great white sharks may well be the planet’s most extensive travelers, roaming many thousands of miles each year. Only in the past decade has tracking technology revealed that great whites, solitary travelers, make transoceanic journeys, possibly for breeding.

(This photograph was submitted to My Shot.)

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Vik Ng
Vik Ng

Very impressive!

Todd Smith
Todd Smith

Very,very cool. What a great perspective. Very clear. Never seen shark photo quite like it.

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