Cage Diving with Great White Sharks

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Cage Diving in Gansbaai, South Africa is the best shark cage diving destination in the world: Great White Shark Tours

South Africa is the best shark cage diving destination in the world:Great White Shark Tours

This Great White Shark gets  a little  too close for comfort, says cage diver

This Great White Shark gets a little too close for comfort, says cage diver

White shark gets a little too close to the cage.  www.sharkcagediving.net

This Great White Shark gets a little too close for comfort, says cage diver

Do you know why do white sharks roll back their eyes? Unlike humans, shark eyelids serve to protect the eye when attacking prey. Some sharks have a clear membrane that covers and protects the eye when a shark bites its prey. Great White Sharks lacks this membrane and therefore roll their pupils back in their heads for protection when feeding. The eye covered with a white membrane is visible to the cage divers and the surface viewers during the shark cage diving trip.

Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai - Join us on a shark cage diving trip and see the Great White Shark up close near Cape Town in South Africa

White shark reaching for the bait  at Dyer Island, Gansbaai www.sharkcagediving.net

White shark reaching for the bait at Dyer Island, Gansbaai www.sharkcagediving.net

Did you know? Great White Sharks are not all lookalike. Individual sharks not only look very different, they seem to have different personalities too

Did you know? Great White Sharks are not all lookalike. Individual sharks not only look very different, they seem to have different personalities too

Did you know? Sharks do not have bones Sharks and rays belong to the class of fish with skeletons composed of cartilage, not bone.

Did you know? Sharks do not have bones Sharks and rays belong to the class of fish with skeletons composed of cartilage, not bone.

Winter at Dyer Island Great White Shark in clear viz from the cage.

Winter at Dyer Island Great White Shark in clear viz from the cage.

4.5 meter colossal Great White Shark in Gansbaai.  www.sharkcagediving,net

Massive white shark surfacing at the cage in Gansbaai Photo: Infinitry Freelance Films

Winter shark cage diving in Shark Alley, Gansbaai www.sharkcagediving.net

Winter at Dyer Island Great White Shark in clear viz from the cage.

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