Girl swims with great white shark
- Marine biologist swims with 20 foot long great white shark
- Divers swim with one of biggest great white sharks off Hawaii
- Woman swims with one of the biggest great white sharks ever recorded
- Hawaii divers swim with one of the biggest great white sharks
Marine biologist swims with 20 foot long great white shark
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Two shark researchers who came face to face with what could be one of the largest great whites ever recorded are using their encounter as an opportunity to push for legislation that would protect sharks in Hawaii. Ocean Ramsey, a shark researcher and conservationist, told the Associated Press that she encountered the 20ft 6-metre shark on Tuesday near a dead sperm whale off Oahu. The event was documented and shared on social media by her fiance and business partner, Juan Oliphant. The Hawaii department of land and natural resources said it was aware of photos of the great white and that tiger sharks also had been feeding on the whale. Oliphant, who photographed the now viral images, said it was unclear if the shark was the famed Deep Blue, believed to be the largest great white ever recorded. Because their populations are so dwindling.
Meet the girl who dives with great white sharks. Written by Alison Mann 8 October Ocean Ramsey uses social media and underwater pictures to promote shark and marine conservation. Swimming with great whites made Ocean popular. This will surely contain videos of her swimming alongside great white sharks, as well as images showing her close interactions with marine life. A life spent in the ocean has led Ocean to become a professional freediver, scuba instructor, marine biologist and model.
Thank you for signing up. Sorry, it looks like an error occurred. A diving team in Hawaii has documented their encounter with one of the biggest great white sharks on record. A diving team in Hawaii documented the encounter with one of the biggest great white sharks on record. Diver Ocean Ramsey with the great white shark swimming off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
Divers swim with one of biggest great white sharks off Hawaii
Sharks have a pretty terrible reputation, but one scuba diver wants that to change, and she recently went to great lengths to convince us that sharks aren't the enemy. Ocean Ramsey was recently filmed swimming with a great white shark as part of a promotional video for the HD camera company GoPro. Ramsey, who lives in Hawaii, said she's been swimming with sharks since she was 14 years old and that it upsets her to see them demonized.
Woman swims with one of the biggest great white sharks ever recorded
The images will stop you in your tracks — a woman in a wet suit and with a camera swimming side by side with a 20 foot great white shark. Ocean Ramsey, the marine biologist in Hawaii who swam with the great white shark, said Friday on "Today" that she had no reason to be nervous. Ramsey has been studying great white sharks for over 10 years, and estimates the shark that became her swimming partner earlier this week weighs in at over two tons. The images from the scene are striking, to say the least. They went viral after Ramsey posted them on Instagram. Seeing Ramsey next to the shark gives you a sense of just how massive the great white is.
Hawaii divers swim with one of the biggest great white sharks
HALIEWA, Hawaii AP — Two shark researchers who came face-to-face with what could be one of the largest great whites ever recorded are using their encounter as an opportunity to push for legislation that would protect sharks in Hawaii. Ocean Ramsey, a shark researcher and conservationist, told The Associated Press that she encountered the foot 6-meter shark Tuesday near a dead sperm whale off Oahu. The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources said it was aware of photos of the great white and that tiger sharks also have been feeding on the whale. Because their populations are so dwindling. Ramsey, who operates Oahu-based One Ocean Diving and Research with Oliphant, said she has been pushing for a bill that would ban the killing of sharks and rays in Hawaii for several years, and hopes this year the measure will actually become law. She said the images of her swimming next to a huge great white shark prove the predators should be protected, not feared.
Not only did they live to talk about it, they documented their unforgettable experience with the gorgeous, gentle giant. Ramsey and her team were on an expedition to survey tiger sharks that had gathered to feed off a dead sperm whale when the massive great white shark appeared. Ramsey said the shark was likely pregnant or had a full belly of whale. This lady was so cautious, yet curious, slow moving, and gentle. The group spent the entire day with Deep Blue, watching her massive silhouette vanish back into the dark waters as the sun went down.
These are external links and will open in a new window. A team of divers has had a close encounter with one of the biggest great white sharks on record - and lived to tell the tale. Some of the divers came so close to the female shark in the waters off Hawaii that they were able to touch it. The shark, nearly 20ft 6m long and weighing an estimated 2. One of the divers, Ocean Ramsey, told the Honolulu Star Advertiser that they had been filming tiger sharks feeding on the whale when the shark arrived.