Stunning: Photographer Ted Grambeau captured beautiful photographs of 36-year-old Hannah Fraser swimming with whales in the wild to promote their conservation

Real-life mermaid swims with whales using very own fish tail - and holds breath for two minutes on deep sea dives

Stunning: Photographer Ted Grambeau captured beautiful photographs of 36-year-old Hannah Fraser swimming with whales in the wild to promote their conservation

It's  Stampendous Saturday  and the monthly challenge is all about BLING! I am sharing a very blingy project as it has a beautiful mermaid t...

It's Stampendous Saturday and the monthly challenge is all about BLING! I am sharing a very blingy project as it has a beautiful mermaid t...

Underwater swimmer Hannah Fraser has been fascinated with mermaids since she was three years old.   Hannah, 36, an Australian who now lives in LA, made her first mermaid tail at the age of nine, after seeing the film Splash with Daryl Hannah.   Now she works as a model, actress and performer, swimming with whales, dolphins, stingrays and even sharks.

Real-life mermaid swims with whales using very own fish tail - and holds breath for two minutes on deep sea dives

Underwater swimmer Hannah Fraser has been fascinated with mermaids since she was three years old. Hannah, 36, an Australian who now lives in LA, made her first mermaid tail at the age of nine, after seeing the film Splash with Daryl Hannah. Now she works as a model, actress and performer, swimming with whales, dolphins, stingrays and even sharks.

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"At home, we didn't live by the sound of a beating drum, we danced to it. We were swept away in the ocean and it's splendor, never once thinking that life could be lived any differently. We would spin and swirl and glide and dive through the ocean's layers and sang songs of the deep that echoed in our hearts. We were so naive. Oh so wonderfully naive." -Alexis Mellark

"At home, we didn't live by the sound of a beating drum, we danced to it. We were swept away in the ocean and it's splendor, never once thinking that life could be lived any differently. We would spin and swirl and glide and dive through the ocean's layers and sang songs of the deep that echoed in our hearts. We were so naive. Oh so wonderfully naive." -Alexis Mellark

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