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Posted on Feb 28, 2008 at 09:44 AM

This is a amazing video. I can't post the link, so search on the following text. It's on CNN Sharks migrate. Aerials from Palm Beach, Florida, show an amazing number of sharks in close proximity as they migrate

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Posted on Mar 01, 2008 at 05:49 AM

Whew!... That picture brings back memories I'D RATHER FORGET....LOL I was surfing in Kauai, and I was way out, IN DEEP WATER, waiting to catch a wave, and out of nowhere, I see this BIG dorsal fin, pop out of the water a few yards away... I took the next wave needless to say, and I'll never... forget those few seconds of Oh my God... that's a shark, God was sure there for me that day! And continues... to be ~ : )

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Posted on Feb 29, 2008 at 09:03 AM

Q I am SO jealous !!! Sea turtles are my fav ocean anuimal but I have never seen one in the wild. I keep planning on it and being thwarted. We get the huge bird influxs where I am.I'm right on a Pacific Flyway refugee hotspot. Its magnificent when the pelicans come thru by the hundreds.The predator birds show up to.Ive seen Peregrine Falcons perched on the egde of my apt building ! I have a lot of respect for sharks but dont want to get close to large schools of them. They are beginning to range up to the Artic too, this last few years. Thanks for the heads up WWWW. I will attempt to check out the vid...my computer is ancient.

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Posted on Feb 29, 2008 at 05:27 AM

This is true wwwwwwwwwwws. I lived in that area for 16 years. There are thousands of sharks that go by that area during that time of migration. It is scary to watch, yet amazing to see. I have been out there with them, on a boat, while this is happening. That area is also known for the sea turtles that nest there. I lived on Juno Beach for a few years and saw the turtles come in to lay eggs, when this was happening you can see those huge sea turtles heads all over in the water. Later on I was able to watch the hatchlings as they came out of the nest and made their merry way to the ocean.

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