Thresher sharks' tails are so long and graceful  Thresher shark of Malapascua Island in Cebu

Thresher sharks' tails are so long and graceful Thresher shark of Malapascua Island in Cebu Tubarão-raposo?

Thresher Shark. The shy ones. Their big and round eyes make them look so adorable. (:

The shy ones. Their big and round eyes make them look so adorable. Thresher sharks use their long tail fins to 'slap' their prey, stunning them.

Thresher shark tattoo idea- Thresher sharks are native to Philippine waters which would not only bring me closer to my homeland but also to my love of these creatures. considering a hammerhead and thresher together ?

[Animal - Shark - Thresher shark - I like the idea of minimalistic shading - But I don't want a thresher shark specifically - Placement on top of my right upper leg - Definite tattoo]

Thresher Shark

Long-tailed or common thresher shark, Alopias vulpinus fox-shark/ long-tailed shark/ common thresher shark - requin longue queue

I don't know what it is about the Thresher Shark but I find it so beautiful. Maybe it's the beautiful long tail.

The Thresher Shark, my favorite shark in the whole world. Their big eyes make them look strangely cute, and their tales, which are exceptionally long, are used as a whip to stun or even kill prey.

A beautiful Pelagic Thresher shark gets surprisingly close to two divers at Monad Shoal, Malapascua Island, <span>Philippines</span>. Monad Shoal is the only spot in the world where thresher shark sightings are guaranteed. Naturally shy and skittish, this encounter is special as the shark was just a few meters away. Taken at 6am in the morning on May 16, 2015 at a depth of 35m/115 feet using natural light only as strobes are not allowed.

2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, Part II

A beautiful Pelagic Thresher shark gets surprisingly close to two divers at Monad Shoal, Malapascua Island, Philippines.

Thresher Sharks Hunt with Huge Weaponised Tails; "[H]ere’s what usually happens. The thresher accelerates towards a ball of fish and brakes sharply by twisting its large pectoral fins. It lowers its snout, pitches its whole body forward, and flexes the base of its tail. This slings the tail tip over its head like a trebuchet, with an average speed of 30 miles per hour. (The fastest shark managed to whip its tail at an astonishing top speed of 80 miles per hour.)"

Check out this awesome footage of Thresher Sharks unique hunting habits!

#Bronze #sculpture by #sculptor Nicolas Pain titled: 'Thresher Shark (Small Blue Indoor statuette sculpture)'. #NicolasPain

by Nicolas Pain titled: 'Thresher Shark (Small Blue Indoor statuette sculpture)'.

sharks. These look like Thresher Sharks - so beautiful

Almoçando com tubarões

Nassau, Bahamas - yes there's sharks in the ocean.but there is many types of sharks and a lot of them are fairly harmless but when in doubt ask a professional diver

A thresher shark was spotted leaping through the air off the Pembrokeshire coast in Wales.

Pictured: Rare sighting of a 1,000lb thresher shark swimming with hundreds of dolphins off the coast of WALES

The shark was caught on camera by photographer Richard Crossen as it leapt out of the water half a mile off the Pembrokeshire coast.

Shortfin Mako Shark - [original post: Thresher Shark.... Wtf id piss myself @Ryan Sullivan Anderson]

Shortfin Mako Shark Suddenly Leaps Out Of The Water Capture Photo.

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