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When we heard it was #NationalPineappleDay today we had to repost this amazing photo by @juansharks! 🍍🦈 Sharks are naturally curious about novel items in their environment such as leaves, debris, or in this case a floating pineapple. In this photo you can see this Galapagos shark coming in for a closer look trying to figure what the object is using its #AmpullaeOfLorenzini which are small jelly filled canals that conduct electrical impulses given off by all living things very efficiently. Come out with us to learn more, and please take a minute to sign the petition in @oneoceanconservation's bio to #HelpSaveSharks. Read more below! 👇🏻
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Repost from @oceanramsey "Show some #aloha 🍍🌊💙🦈 for sharks all around the world please repost and share and sign the link in @oneoceanconservation bio

Please help us support @Oceana efforts to help stop the U.S from trading shark fins! Even though shark finning practices are illegal in the United States, fins are still imported from other countries where finning is legal. Shark finning is when the fins are cut off sharks, and the bodies are then tossed back into the water to die an undeserving painful death. Sharks provide so much for the ocean and the earth and humans are completely disregarding all that they do in exchange for a tasteless delicacy. Let’s coexist and show shark fin soup consumers the importance and beauty of sharks. Sign the petition for the shark fin ban in the United States by clicking the link in @oneoceanconservation’s bio, every signature counts and it only takes a minute! Photo by @juansharks #FinBanNow #helpsavesharks #savetheocean"
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Want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador

Caption&Photo by @juansharks Scarboad has to be one of the widest great white sharks I have ever seen. Even when she is not pregnant her head actually is small next to her massive body. I have so much respect and love for this shark. White sharks growth rate is extremely slow and with a population estimated to less than 4,000 world wide according to certain studies is why white sharks are red listed as a endangered species by the ICUN. Female white sharks like her are so important to the population. Female white sharks are only ready to reproduce at 14ft in size and rough estimated studies show that it take a white shark 20 to 30 years to grow to that size, then when pregnant it is 16 month gestation period, only pupping 2 to 12 babies at a time. This extremely slow growth similar to most sharks makes these animals vulnerable to extinction by humans and our fisheries. White sharks are key elements to the health of our oceans. @mission_blue has info on a bill that could help sharks in US waters. Please check out the link in their Bio to help stand up for sharks. #helpsavesharks #ApexPredatorNotMonster #stopsharkfinsoup #healthyoceans #need #sharks @oneoceanconservation @oceanicramsey @oneoceanglobal @oneoceandiving @oceana @ocean @oneoceaneducation @oneoceanresearch @waterinspired

We are collaborating  with Oceana to help stop the U.S from trading shark fins! Even though shark finning practices are illegal in the United States, fins are still imported from other countries where finning is legal. Shark finning is when the fins are cut off sharks, and the bodies are then tossed back into the water to die an undeserving painful death. Sharks provide so much for the ocean and the earth and humans are completely disregarding all that they do in exchange for a tasteless delicacy. Let’s coexist and show shark fin soup consumers the importance and beauty of sharks. Sign the petition for the shark fin ban in the United States, every signature counts! Photo by @juansharks #sharkfinban
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

Probably one of my favorite shots from our trip to Guadalupe. Epic photo bomb from and overly excited shark. It's crazy to see the power these massive creatures have to get themselves out of the water. He was probably wondering why we were not in the water 😉. Photo by the "Juan" and only @juansharks diving with @oceanicramsey @andreaferriera @silenthunterpty @paola_vic @gadormunta @from_all_atmospheres @forrest.in.focus #apexpredatornotmonster #guadalupe #whiteshark #greatwhite #itstheirocean

AMAZING experience learning more about such beautiful creatures. Fun with you @alanarblanchard 💕 Mahalo 👉🏽@oneoceandiving @juansharks @gopro #ApexPredatorNotMonster #helpsavesharks

"Ocean"
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" I've always been a strong supporter of #Ecotourism. It not only provides a first-hand experience to be with the beautiful marine life, but it also provides healthy educational and ethical values that helps destroy age-old myths and legends that have plagued our friends, the sharks, for ages. If there's something I believe in, it's showing people the many things there is to love about our beautiful planet. A healthy ocean needs sharks, they are #WorthMoreAlive to all of us than just a tasteless cup of soup or placebos. I came across this beautiful clip courtesy of Insider Science @insiderscience featuring one of the people who inspired me to return to conservation after a long hiatus and fight for these very maligned beings, Marine Biologist and Founder of both One Ocean Diving @oneoceandiving and Water Inspired Conservation @waterinspired, long time friend Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey " - @maestro320
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Want to learn more?
Check OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN Ocean in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: Juan Oliphant @Juansharks and Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out their not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

Every individual has the power to make a change. We have the power to make a difference in the way we treat our ocean and save the animals. Make the decision to recycle, reuse and to educate. Send a letter or sign a petition. Each of these ideas can make a huge difference. It might not seem like it's a big deal but the more people who get involved the better our future will look. #bethechange #beasuperhero #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #saveanimals #helpeducate #OceanConservation ••• #Repost @oneoceandiving ・・・
Keep our ocean healthy for future generations by supporting keeping fins where they belong, on live sharks! A nationwide ban would reduce the international fin trade, improve enforcement of the current finning ban, and send a message to other countries that the U.S. recognizes shark finning as a cruel and unsustainable practice that should not be allowed to continue. Sign the biggest petition to help protect sharks yet! Link in @OneOceanConservation bio, only takes 30 seconds to sign and support a #FinBanNow Photo by @JuanSharks
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

A large female oceanic whitetip shark and @oceanicramsey diving off Sandy Feet with @andycorbe @lauracorbe. I shot this spit image with my 8inch dome port PD-85 @aquatech_imagingsolutions @cressi1946 @xcelwetsuits @guayaki. Oceanic whitetip shark populations have been wiped out by 97 percent according recent studies. There is something u can do to help this shark by taking a few minutes to give public testimony in favor of a bill to have these sharks protected federally. Go to @oneoceanconservation link in the bio to help. #helpsavesharks #coexist #ApexPredatorNotMonster @oneoceandiving @oneoceaneducation @oneoceanglobal @oneoceanresearch @waterinspired

The white-spotted eagle ray is found in temperate and tropical waters throughout the globe (Schluessel et al., 2010). They usually inhabit inshore areas and coral reef environments (Schluessel et al., 2010). These rays feed mostly on bivalve fish and gastropod molluscs, and they have heavy dental plates used for crushing prey (Homma & Ishinhara 1994) It is difficult to retrieve biological data on these animals to fully assess overfishing and conservation measures (Smith & Merriner 1985). We do know that spotted rays are similar to sharks because of their slow growth, late maturity, and small litters (Schleussel et al., 2010). Can you spot the white tip reef shark cruising along the sea floor in this photo? White-spotted eagle rays are listed as “near threatened” across the globe (Schluessel, 2008). Shark nets, by catch, and the commercial marine life trade are among the contributing factors for population decline of these majestic rays.
Post by @mads_big_adventure
Photo by @blakethompsonphoto
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

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@Regrann from @maestro320 - "Ocean"
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" I've always been a strong supporter of #Ecotourism. It not only provides a first-hand experience to be with the beautiful marine life, but it also provides healthy educational and ethical values that helps destroy age-old myths and legends that have plagued our friends, the sharks, for ages. If there's something I believe in, it's showing people the many things there is to love about our beautiful planet. A healthy ocean needs sharks, they are #WorthMoreAlive to all of us than just a tasteless cup of soup of placebos. I came across this beautiful clip courtesy of Insider Science @insiderscience featuring one of the people who inspired me to come back into conservation and fight for these very maligned beings, Marine Biologist and Founder of both One Ocean Diving @oneoceandiving and Water Inspired Conservation @waterinspired, long time friend Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey " - @maestro320
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Want to learn more?
Check OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN Ocean in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: Juan Oliphant @Juansharks and Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out their not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster - #regrann

"Ocean"
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" I've always been a strong supporter of #Ecotourism. It not only provides a first-hand experience to be with the beautiful marine life, but it also provides healthy educational and ethical values that helps destroy age-old myths and legends that have plagued our friends, the sharks, for ages. If there's something I believe in, it's showing people the many things there is to love about our beautiful planet. A healthy ocean needs sharks, they are #WorthMoreAlive to all of us than just a tasteless cup of soup or placebos. I came across this beautiful clip courtesy of Insider Science @insiderscience featuring one of the people who inspired me to return to conservation after a long hiatus and fight for these very maligned beings, Marine Biologist and Founder of both One Ocean Diving @oneoceandiving and Water Inspired Conservation @waterinspired, long time friend Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey " - @maestro320
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Want to learn more?
Check OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN Ocean in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: Juan Oliphant @Juansharks and Ocean Ramsey @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out their not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

Virtually all of the Hawaiian monk seal population inhabits the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. (Carretta et al., 2002). Most previous conservation efforts for monk seals has been focused on responding to natural and anthropogenic crises and threats to the animals. (Bertilsson-Friedman, 2002). There are only approximately 100 Hawaiian monk seals that populate the Main Hawaiian Islands. (Huber et al., 2001). Seals populating the Main Hawaiian Islands were observed to avoid places with greater human presence. (Baker & Johanos, 2003). The largest numbers of Hawaiian Monk Seal were reported on Niihau, where only 230 people live. (Juvik & Juvik, 1998). As you move from Northwest to Southeast the amount populations of Hawaiian Monk Seal decrease. (Baker & Johanos, 2003). Currently the Department of the Interior has put 27 national monuments up for review to reduce government control. Papahanaumokuakea, a marine national monument that encompasses most of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, is up for review which could drastically affect the protection of the critically endangered Hawaiian monk seal. Please support our efforts in defending Papahanaumokuakea, as well as all the other national monuments up for review, by signing the petition linked in @oneoceanconservation bio.
Post by: @sharksummers
Photo by: @Juansharks
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

#Repost from our friends at @turtlebayresort! Mahalo for the fun edit and sharing our program with your guests! If you are coming out with us and are looking for a place to stay on the north shore of Oahu please check them out. ・・・
The adventures are endless on Oahu's North Shore. Are you down for an educational shark dive with our friends at @oneoceandiving? We always are! .
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

The white-spotted eagle ray is found in temperate and tropical waters throughout the globe (Schluessel et al., 2010). They usually inhabit inshore areas and coral reef environments (Schluessel et al., 2010). These rays feed mostly on bivalve fish and gastropod molluscs, and they have heavy dental plates used for crushing prey (Homma & Ishinhara 1994) It is difficult to retrieve biological data on these animals to fully assess overfishing and conservation measures (Smith & Merriner 1985). We do know that spotted rays are similar to sharks because of their slow growth, late maturity, and small litters (Schleussel et al., 2010). Can you spot the white tip reef shark cruising along the sea floor in this photo? White-spotted eagle rays are listed as “near threatened” across the globe (Schluessel, 2008). Shark nets, by catch, and the commercial marine life trade are among the contributing factors for population decline of these majestic rays.
Post by @mads_big_adventure
Photo by @blakethompsonphoto
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

Every individual has the power to make a change. We have the power to make a difference in the way we treat our ocean and save the animals. Make the decision to recycle, reuse and to educate. Send a letter or sign a petition. Each of these ideas can make a huge difference. It might not seem like it's a big deal but the more people who get involved the better our future will look. #bethechange #beasuperhero #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #saveanimals #helpeducate #OceanConservation ••• #Repost @oneoceandiving ・・・
Keep our ocean healthy for future generations by supporting keeping fins where they belong, on live sharks! A nationwide ban would reduce the international fin trade, improve enforcement of the current finning ban, and send a message to other countries that the U.S. recognizes shark finning as a cruel and unsustainable practice that should not be allowed to continue. Sign the biggest petition to help protect sharks yet! Link in @OneOceanConservation bio, only takes 30 seconds to sign and support a #FinBanNow Photo by @JuanSharks
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ItsTheirOcean #ApexPredatorNotMonster

When we heard it was #NationalPineappleDay today we had to repost this amazing photo by @juansharks! 🍍🦈 Sharks are naturally curious about novel items in their environment such as leaves, debris, or in this case a floating pineapple. In this photo you can see this Galapagos shark coming in for a closer look trying to figure what the object is using its #AmpullaeOfLorenzini which are small jelly filled canals that conduct electrical impulses given off by all living things very efficiently. Come out with us to learn more, and please take a minute to sign the petition in @oneoceanconservation's bio to #HelpSaveSharks. Read more below! 👇🏻
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Repost from @oceanramsey "Show some #aloha 🍍🌊💙🦈 for sharks all around the world please repost and share and sign the link in @oneoceanconservation bio

Please help us support @Oceana efforts to help stop the U.S from trading shark fins! Even though shark finning practices are illegal in the United States, fins are still imported from other countries where finning is legal. Shark finning is when the fins are cut off sharks, and the bodies are then tossed back into the water to die an undeserving painful death. Sharks provide so much for the ocean and the earth and humans are completely disregarding all that they do in exchange for a tasteless delicacy. Let’s coexist and show shark fin soup consumers the importance and beauty of sharks. Sign the petition for the shark fin ban in the United States by clicking the link in @oneoceanconservation’s bio, every signature counts and it only takes a minute! Photo by @juansharks #FinBanNow #helpsavesharks #savetheocean"
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Want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador

Mahalo nui loa to very talented local underwater photographer @creationscape for joining us on a recent pelagic dive and encouraging others to come see sharks for themselves! By allowing our guests to experience sharks first hand, we hope others will realize there's so much more to these misunderstood and ecologically important animals than most people give them credit for. #coexist #ApexPredatorNotMonster
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#Repost from @creationscape " WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS // Here we have a very friendly and curious Galapagos shark, a barracuda, and some sort of hitchhiker fish on the chin of the shark. All 4 of us were sharing the same space in the open ocean. No chum, no cage and no fear of each other attacking the other. It’s amazing to me how people demonize creatures that they know absolutely nothing about and base their conclusions on things they’ve been shown by Hollywood. There’s a wonderful world full of fascinating creatures out there that mean you no harm… to enjoy the company of such creatures without the negative pre-conceived ideas we’ve been force fed is something I wish you all could experience..."
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Want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.HawaiiSharkDiver.Com Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
#InternationalSharkProject #HawaiiSharkCount #SharkResearch #Ocean #OneOcean #SaveTheOcean #SaveSharks #HelpSaveSharks #OceanConservation #SharkConservation
#ApexPredatorNotMonster

Huge mahalo @kikerikee and everyone else who took the time to come to our most recent reef and beach cleanup! Plastic fragments and resin pellets are unfortunately common within marine environments (Ogata et al., 2009) and the open ocean. (Moret-Ferguson et al., 2010). Plastic in the ocean is not only an issue in itself, but the chemicals contained in plastics as additives can be toxic when transported into marine organisms. (Mato et al., 2001). Toxic PCBs have been transferred into seabirds through direct ingestion of plastic (Yamashita et al., 2011) and through digestion of prey in which PCBs have biomagnified through the food chain. A study focusing on PBDEs, chemicals applied to plastics as flame retardants, found that of the seabirds examined, each had 0.04-0.05 g of plastic in their stomachs. (Tanaka et al., 2012). PBDEs have been classified as persistent organic pollutants, (UNEP, 2001) meaning their rate of bioaccumulation, persistence, and toxicity make environmental degradation almost impossible. Plastics and the chemicals associated with them can have major negative effects on the health of marine ecosystems. To help reduce the impact of plastic on the ocean avoid using single-use plastic and join us at one of our upcoming reef & beach cleanups or do your own!
Photo: @kikerikee
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Want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways?

#Repost @oneoceandiving (@get_repost)
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Keep our ocean healthy for future generations by supporting keeping fins where they belong, on live sharks! A nationwide ban would reduce the international fin trade, improve enforcement of the current finning ban, and send a message to other countries that the U.S. recognizes shark finning as a cruel and unsustainable practice that should not be allowed to continue. Sign the biggest petition to help protect sharks yet! Link in @OneOceanConservation bio, only takes 30 seconds to sign and support a #FinBanNow Photo by @JuanSharks
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Want to learn more?
Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
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Keep our ocean healthy for future generations by supporting keeping fins where they belong, on live sharks! A nationwide ban would reduce the international fin trade, improve enforcement of the current finning ban, and send a message to other countries that the U.S. recognizes shark finning as a cruel and unsustainable practice that should not be allowed to continue. Sign the biggest petition to help protect sharks yet! Link in @OneOceanConservation bio, only takes 30 seconds to sign and support a #FinBanNow Photo by @JuanSharks
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We are collaborating  with Oceana to help stop the U.S from trading shark fins! Even though shark finning practices are illegal in the United States, fins are still imported from other countries where finning is legal. Shark finning is when the fins are cut off sharks, and the bodies are then tossed back into the water to die an undeserving painful death. Sharks provide so much for the ocean and the earth and humans are completely disregarding all that they do in exchange for a tasteless delicacy. Let’s coexist and show shark fin soup consumers the importance and beauty of sharks. Sign the petition for the shark fin ban in the United States, every signature counts! Photo by @juansharks #sharkfinban
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Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

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We hope you'll agree! 🦈🌊💙 New tshirts and tank tops are now live on our website! And as always, 10% of our net profits will be donated to shark conservation and education nonprofits! #sharksneedmorefriends #sharks #friendsoffin #sharkconservation #tshirt #foracause #wearyourpassion #stopsharkfinning #apexpredatornotmonster #sharksarefriendsnotfood #sharkshirt #motivationmonday #sharklover #saveoursharks #saveouroceans #sharkweek #sharksareawesome

Help be the voice for sharks! Stop shark finning, take a moment, sign a petition, educate your friends and family. Sharks need our help. #bethevoice #bethesuperhero #bethechange #stopsharkfinning #HelpSaveSharks •••
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We are collaborating  with Oceana to help stop the U.S from trading shark fins! Even though shark finning practices are illegal in the United States, fins are still imported from other countries where finning is legal. Shark finning is when the fins are cut off sharks, and the bodies are then tossed back into the water to die an undeserving painful death. Sharks provide so much for the ocean and the earth and humans are completely disregarding all that they do in exchange for a tasteless delicacy. Let’s coexist and show shark fin soup consumers the importance and beauty of sharks. Sign the petition for the shark fin ban in the United States, every signature counts! Photo by @juansharks #sharkfinban
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Check us out at OneOceanDiving.com & JOIN US in the water  in #Hawaii on #Oahu’s #NorthShore to #SwimWithSharks and #DiveWithSharksInHawaii with a @OneOceanDiving trained #MarineBiologist / #SharkSafetyDiver

Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @WaterInspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @oceanramsey
Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal Ambassador
Looking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/

Mahalo and Thank you for Supporting
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To Poseidon by Xia Hang at Parkview Square.
🦈 ▶︎ http://www.parkviewartsaction.com/in-the-studio-xia-hang-to-poseidon/
Taken with Nikon Coolpix S6300 by ©SiaoMouse Sun
Sun, 2017:06:25 16:18:38
©SiaoMouse Sun

PS: We didn't manage to visit the Parkview Museum Singapore On Sharks & Humanity as it was closed. We shall try again another time.

Caption&Photo by @juansharks Scarboad has to be one of the widest great white sharks I have ever seen. Even when she is not pregnant her head actually is small next to her massive body. I have so much respect and love for this shark. White sharks growth rate is extremely slow and with a population estimated to less than 4,000 world wide according to certain studies is why white sharks are red listed as a endangered species by the ICUN. Female white sharks like her are so important to the population. Female white sharks are only ready to reproduce at 14ft in size and rough estimated studies show that it take a white shark 20 to 30 years to grow to that size, then when pregnant it is 16 month gestation period, only pupping 2 to 12 babies at a time. This extremely slow growth similar to most sharks makes these animals vulnerable to extinction by humans and our fisheries. White sharks are key elements to the health of our oceans. @mission_blue has info on a bill that could help sharks in US waters. Please check out the link in their Bio to help stand up for sharks. #helpsavesharks #ApexPredatorNotMonster #stopsharkfinsoup #healthyoceans #need #sharks @oneoceanconservation @oceanicramsey @oneoceanglobal @oneoceandiving @oceana @ocean @oneoceaneducation @oneoceanresearch @waterinspired

The ocean is salty from the tears of sad sharks when all they wanna do is help you and you get scared. •



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Changes in climate will likely change the community composition, population dynamics, and functioning of ecosystems (Harley, 2011) which could have profound effects on apex predators such as sharks. Average global sea surface temperatures are projected to rise around 0.76 °C (approximately 3 °F) in the next 150 years. (Portner, 2014). While this may seem like a relatively small increase it will have an immense effect on the ocean. Changing ocean temperatures will cause shifts in an organism’s range, species interactions, and growth and survival rates (Twomey et al., 2012). Along with temperature changes, there is evidence that increasing CO2 concentrations had a negative effect on the growth rate of sharks and resulted in reduced ability to locate prey through olfaction (Pistevos et al., 2015). The impairment of foraging and growth as a result of ocean acidification will most likely result in reduced resilience of predator populations. To help reduce the effects of climate change and ocean acidification opt for sustainable/reusable fuel and energy sources and support policies that encourage wind, solar, water power. Photo by @juansharks
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Check out our #Shark and #MarineResearch @OneOceanResearch and our #Education outreach program @OneOceanEducation #LearnAboutSharks and our Non-Profit @Waterinspired conservation group and Founders: @Juansharks and @Oceanicramsey Want to join the team? Become a @OneOceanGlobal AmbassadorLooking to support in other ways? Check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @OneOceanDesigns or at www.FreeDiveWithSharks.com/Shop-1/
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