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(08-13-2018, 10:15 AM)Wolverine Wrote: @Shir Babr do you have an idea - for tourists visiting beach resorts of Mexican California (Baja California) is there opportunity to make some kind of Big White shark "safari"? As long as I know Mexican California altogether with South Africa and Southern Australia are the best places in the world to spot Big whites. Do you think such a place is close to some major resort? If you stay in hotel is it possible to rent a boat for such a purpose?

I don't have the faintest idea. I haven't been on vacation since I was a kid and people interested in wildlife is rarer than pink elephants. But this country is a corrupt shithole crowded with incompetent people and criminals, so I wouldn't count on it. In fact just a few days ago there was this scandal with a local travel agency that commited fraud for about half a million dollars selling fake trips and promotions... If I had the opportunity I would go to Australia simply because it is a first world country, it should have better options and more qualified people for that. I'd love to get into those cages to see great whites up close, but dreaming of it is my only chance for the foreseeable future.
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Great White Shark flying out of the water and Great White Shark opening its incredible Jaws
Credits to @sharkyclub and @oceanzoom

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(08-13-2018, 01:19 PM)Shir Babr Wrote:
(08-13-2018, 10:15 AM)Wolverine Wrote: @Shir Babr do you have an idea - for tourists visiting beach resorts of Mexican California (Baja California) is there opportunity to make some kind of Big White shark "safari"? As long as I know Mexican California altogether with South Africa and Southern Australia are the best places in the world to spot Big whites. Do you think such a place is close to some major resort? If you stay in hotel is it possible to rent a boat for such a purpose?

I don't have the faintest idea. I haven't been on vacation since I was a kid and people interested in wildlife is rarer than pink elephants. But this country is a corrupt shithole crowded with incompetent people and criminals, so I wouldn't count on it. In fact just a few days ago there was this scandal with a local travel agency that commited fraud for about half a million dollars selling fake trips and promotions... If I had the opportunity I would go to Australia simply because it is a first world country, it should have better options and more qualified people for that. I'd love to get into those cages to see great whites up close, but dreaming of it is my only chance for the foreseeable future.
3 friends of mine just did Great White Shark diving in Port Lincoln, Australia. They used Calypso Charters, unfortunately they had no luck, in fact there hasn't been a GWS sighting there since July 9th, it's actually very hard to sight GWS and they usually do 2 year cycles so they aren't even in the same location at the same time every year so it seems that luck has as much to do with GWS sightings as it does with big cats.
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A bigger great white shark stealing a dolphin kill from another great white shark in smoky bay South Australia

There is always a bigger fish





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(08-30-2017, 08:03 AM)epaiva Wrote: Comparing one of the biggest Carcharodon megalodon tooth ever found with an average size C. megalodon tooth and a tooth of a big Great White Shark. Largest tooth pictured is actual size, taken from the book MEGALODON Hunting the Hunter (Mark Renz)


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It is one of the largest Megalodon tooth
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(09-13-2018, 06:21 PM)epaiva Wrote:
(08-30-2017, 08:03 AM)epaiva Wrote: Comparing one of the biggest Carcharodon megalodon tooth ever found with an average size C. megalodon tooth and a tooth of a big Great White Shark. Largest tooth pictured is actual size, taken from the book MEGALODON Hunting the Hunter (Mark Renz)


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It is one of the largest Megalodon tooth

Wow! That came from one BIG fish.
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(09-13-2018, 06:21 PM)epaiva Wrote:
(08-30-2017, 08:03 AM)epaiva Wrote: Comparing one of the biggest Carcharodon megalodon tooth ever found with an average size C. megalodon tooth and a tooth of a big Great White Shark. Largest tooth pictured is actual size, taken from the book MEGALODON Hunting the Hunter (Mark Renz)


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It is one of the largest Megalodon tooth


Looks familiar, maybe those 7 inches Meg teeth in the slant height?
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