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Astonishing pictures show how a Devon kayaker got up close and personal with a humpback whale feeding frenzy

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Oceanic whitetip shark with an entourage of pilot fish. The whitetip is a large pelagic shark inhabiting tropical and warm temperate seas. This aggressive but slow-moving fish dominates feeding frenzies, and is a danger to shipwreck or air crash survivors. Recent studies show steeply declining populations because its large fins are highly valued as the chief ingredient of shark fin soup...The pilot fish eats ectoparasites on, and leftovers around the host species.

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Photographer shows what it’s like to be INSIDE the mouth of a shark

The tiger shark that Mr Hanlon photographed was likely interested in the photographer's camera, and decided to investigate using the sensory organs in its mouth

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Photographer captures terrifying image of smiling great white shark

The perfectly composed image appears to show the great white shark smiling as it hungrily ...

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Spectacular shark photos taken without a safety net

Andy Murch takes incredible great white shark photographs taken WITHOUT safety cage | Mail Online Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2710495/Spectacular-shark-photos-Cameraman-snaps-incredible-images-great-whites.html#ixzz394wFKkWR Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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Newly released footage shows massive great white shark named Deep Blue

New footage has been released of one of the largest great white sharks ever caught on film, an enormous, creature named Deep Blue.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 21 March 2013

A whale flashes a killer smile as he homes in on his lunch, off Kona, Hawaii.The photograph shows what appears to be a big grin plastered across the face of a False Killer Whale as he patrols the sea looking for food. American photographer Doug Perrine, 60, snapped the shot

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