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How many of you have read about shark attacks in your local newspapers or seen a news station cover a story about an attack? They do a lot of interviews for those stories. They talk to the victim’s family and friends, witnesses, lifeguards and if possible the victim themselves. However, they always fail to interview … Continue reading
Welcome to part 2 of the trilogy of white shark breaches. Recently I talked about the surface breach. It’s a relatively shallow breach utilised by white sharks when visibility is not great or when their prey is actively trying to escape them. Now lets jump to the other end of the spectrum of breaches; all the way … Continue reading
Here are just a couple of pictures we’ve taken out on the water.
New technology and equipment helped take this shot of Sharklady’s boat heading back to Kleinbaai Harbour, after an awesome day out. Sharklady’s boat is a 11m Butt Cat hull and carries 25 passengers. Sharklady prefers to accommodate smaller groups to allow for personalized service and more cage diving time all round.
Kim Sharklady hands over her signed Springbok rugby Jersey to the Mayor which was auctioned for charity at her Ball on the 17th August. It was a very successful evening and fun was had by all who attended. ______________________________________________________________________________ Kim Sharklady recently hosted the beautiful Miss Katherine Jenkins, opera singer who performed … Continue reading
Read our reviews on Trip advisor, read our excellent reviews, and big thank you to every one for there review on trip advisor…. Keep it coming guys I can’t say it better than Val from Ireland, “Upsy daisy on the water” This is a must do if you’re visiting the area. Called to the office,on … Continue reading
Here’s one of the more well known areas of shark anatomy. The fins of a shark are easily recognizable, and immensely important. Most sharks have five different types of fins, while some sharks only have four. These types of fins include: Pectoral Fins: At the front of the shark (anterior) behind its head, are … Continue reading
Yesterday 3rd July shark tag looking fantastic, and the shark very active. We had an excellent day and it is nice to see the tagged sharks pitching up everyday. This sharks movements is being monitored as we speak via sattelite, watch this space for the link. The visibility was around 15 meters. Our tagged … Continue reading
Sharks don’t talk or sing, so they never evolved the sophisticated, sound-amplifying ears of mammals. Instead the ears of Great White Shark are located internally. By connecting the inner ear, called the membranous labyrinth, to the surrounding water by a number of tunnels and ducts, the shark has a sensitive mechanism for interpreting sounds under water. … Continue reading
The mouth of a shark, one of its most recognizable features, is usually located on the ventral side. The inside of a shark’s mouth is full of rows and rows of teeth. Like a shark’s skin, massive placoid scales make up the teeth of a shark. Because sharks don’t have a literal jawbone for the … Continue reading