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    Blacktip sharks cruising the shallow sandbars off the coast of Moorea. This is a very unique spot filled with dozens of small blacktip sharks and rays all hours of the day. This shot took me about a week to get after fighting rain, heavy winds, and constant overcast. On my last day in moorea I finally got a window with prime shooting conditions. the water was so clear this morning it almost seemed that the sharks war floating, rather then swimming.
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    Date Uploaded: Sep 22, 2017
    Location: Papeete, Iles du Vent, French Polynesia
    Copyright: © Zach Stadler
    Categories: Underwater, Nature
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year