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20 viewsSanta Cruz Island.
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19 viewsGordon Rocks
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17 viewsThe terrain was, to say the least, strange.
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16 viewsSea lions were everywhere on the rocks.
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17 viewsIt was an early morning to SCUBA dive, who can blame them for their yawning.
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17 viewsUnder the sea in the Galapagos.
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18 viewsSome schools of fish are so huge here they blot out the sun.
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18 viewsSome reef sharks on the prowl.
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25 viewsThey smell something away from where we are.
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17 viewsA scorpion fish - believe it or not, more dangerous than the reef sharks you just saw.
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21 viewsFrom the side it's hard to tell, but this is a Hammerhead!
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19 viewsStarting to look a little more like a Hammerhead.
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18 viewsNow you can definitely see the flat part of the head where the eyes are.
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18 viewsYup, I was feeling pretty tough after not being eaten.
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18 viewsThumbs up after encounter with the Hammerhead (and a school of Barracuda).
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19 viewsAnd this guy swam close enough for me to pet. I didn't though.
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21 viewsWe were definitely happy with the North Seymour dive.
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15 viewsIf you look closely you can just make out the shadow of a Galapagos shark.
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18 viewsA couple spotted Eagle Rays mating.
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16 viewsThis guy was resting.
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