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Underwater view of great hammerhead shark and tiger shark swimming near seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead shark and tiger shark swimming near seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Scalloped hammerhead, also bronze, kidney-headed or southern hammerhead (Sphyrna lewini), Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Central AmericaScalloped hammerhead, also bronze, kidney-headed or southern hammerhead (Sphyrna lewini), Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Central America
Underwater view of great hammerhead shark and female scuba diver with camera on seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead shark and female scuba diver with camera on seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Underwater view of great hammerhead sharks and female scuba diver swimming over seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead sharks and female scuba diver swimming over seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Underwater view of great hammerhead shark swimming over seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead shark swimming over seabed, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark in shoal of fish, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great Hammerhead shark with nurse sharks, underwater viewGreat Hammerhead shark with nurse sharks, underwater view
Great Hammerhead Shark with Nurse Sharks around it, divers in backgroundGreat Hammerhead Shark with Nurse Sharks around it, divers in background
Great Hammerhead Shark swimming near seabed, Nurse Sharks in backgroundGreat Hammerhead Shark swimming near seabed, Nurse Sharks in background
Great Hammerhead Shark with Nurse Sharks nearbyGreat Hammerhead Shark with Nurse Sharks nearby
Nurse Shark with Great Hammerhead Shark behind itNurse Shark with Great Hammerhead Shark behind it
Great Hammerhead Shark beside Nurse SharkGreat Hammerhead Shark beside Nurse Shark
Nurse Shark covered in remoras with Great Hammerhead Shark in backgroundNurse Shark covered in remoras with Great Hammerhead Shark in background
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), the largest species in family Sphyrnidae. Leading edge of head is nearly straight across (as opposed to being arched) and has medial and lateral notches, but not as pronounced as the Scalloped Hammerhead.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), the largest species in family Sphyrnidae. Leading edge of head is nearly straight across (as opposed to being arched) and has medial and lateral notches, but not as pronounced as the Scalloped Hammerhead.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), tall dorsal fin, head shape, and huge size (to at least 5 meters) helps distinguish from other hammerheadsGreat Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), tall dorsal fin, head shape, and huge size (to at least 5 meters) helps distinguish from other hammerheads
Great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasGreat hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Underwater view of great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead shark, Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), the largest species in family Sphyrnidae. Populations in some parts of the world are now classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as a result of intensive fishing in some locations for its fins, which are highly valued as an ingredient in shark fin soup popular in Asian markets.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), the largest species in family Sphyrnidae. Populations in some parts of the world are now classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as a result of intensive fishing in some locations for its fins, which are highly valued as an ingredient in shark fin soup popular in Asian markets.
Great Hammerhead Shark. Gray tag at base of dorsal fin. This acoustic tag was attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. It transmits an acoustic signal which will be recorded by an array of receivers positioned around Bimini Island, allowing Sharklab researchers to monitor near shore local movement patterns of these elusive sharks about which we currently know very little.Great Hammerhead Shark. Gray tag at base of dorsal fin. This acoustic tag was attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. It transmits an acoustic signal which will be recorded by an array of receivers positioned around Bimini Island, allowing Sharklab researchers to monitor near shore local movement patterns of these elusive sharks about which we currently know very little.
Underwater view of female scuba diver photographing great hammerhead sharks from seabed, Bimini, BahamasUnderwater view of female scuba diver photographing great hammerhead sharks from seabed, Bimini, Bahamas
Underwater view of great hammerhead shark and baitfish, BahamasUnderwater view of great hammerhead shark and baitfish, Bahamas
Hammerhead Shark, underwater view, Bimini, BahamasHammerhead Shark, underwater view, Bimini, Bahamas
Underwater view of diver with hand on hammerhead sharkUnderwater view of diver with hand on hammerhead shark
Underwater view of hammerhead sharkUnderwater view of hammerhead shark
Underwater view male underwater photographer, photographing of hammerhead sharkUnderwater view male underwater photographer, photographing of hammerhead shark
Underwater portrait of hammerhead sharkUnderwater portrait of hammerhead shark
Underwater close up of hammerhead sharkUnderwater close up of hammerhead shark
Underwater close up of male diver touching hammerhead sharkUnderwater close up of male diver touching hammerhead shark
Great Hammerhead shark, underwater viewGreat Hammerhead shark, underwater view
Great Hammerhead shark, underwater viewGreat Hammerhead shark, underwater view
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), 10 foot long solitary species with large dorsal fin.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), 10 foot long solitary species with large dorsal fin.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran) charges in on the attack. This species feeds primarily on stingrays on the sand, but will also take fish and invertebrates midwater.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran) charges in on the attack. This species feeds primarily on stingrays on the sand, but will also take fish and invertebrates midwater.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), 3 meter long female approaching the camera, swimming over a shallow sand bottomGreat Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), 3 meter long female approaching the camera, swimming over a shallow sand bottom
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). A large elusive top predator about which we currently know very little.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). A large elusive top predator about which we currently know very little.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). The broad head, called a cephalofoil, is thought to help provide lift, similar to an airplane wing. It is also allows the electroreceptive sensory organs to be positioned over a large, wide area, contributing to a remarkable ability to locate prey buried under the sand.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), a large and solitary species growing to perhaps 20 feet long and 1000 pounds, found worldwide in tropical seas from the surface to 1000 feet deep.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), a large and solitary species growing to perhaps 20 feet long and 1000 pounds, found worldwide in tropical seas from the surface to 1000 feet deep.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). This 3 meter long female has an algae covered casey tag (also called the National Marine Fisheries Service 'M tag') at the base of the dorsal fin, previously attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. Inside the tag is an identifying number and instructions requesting any fishermen who catch this animal to report its position and condition to the NMFS.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran). This 3 meter long female has an algae covered casey tag (also called the National Marine Fisheries Service 'M tag') at the base of the dorsal fin, previously attached by scientists from the Bimini Biological Field Station (aka the Sharklab) in the Bahamas. Inside the tag is an identifying number and instructions requesting any fishermen who catch this animal to report its position and condition to the NMFS.
Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), uses broad head like a metal detector, sweeping over the sand bottom. Electroreceptor organs on the underside called the ampullae of Lorenzini allow it to detect weak electric fields given off by fish, even those buried under sand.Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna mokarran), uses broad head like a metal detector, sweeping over the sand bottom. Electroreceptor organs on the underside called the ampullae of Lorenzini allow it to detect weak electric fields given off by fish, even those buried under sand.
Underwater view of Great Hammerhead Shark, Jupiter, Florida, USAUnderwater view of Great Hammerhead Shark, Jupiter, Florida, USA
Underwater view of Great Hammerhead Sharks, Jupiter, Florida, USAUnderwater view of Great Hammerhead Sharks, Jupiter, Florida, USA

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