Photos and B-Roll - Sharks in The Bahamas

  • July 05, 2011

The following photos and b-roll are available for media use with related content ONLY.

B-Roll

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Credit: Stuart Cove Dive Bahamas

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Sherman's Lagoon, Credit Jim Toomey

     
Mandatory Photo Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive BahamasMandatory Photo Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive BahamasMandatory Photo Credit: Jim Toomey
     

Tiger Shark, credit: Terry Goss/Marine Photobank.jpg

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Tiger shark. Mandatory Photo Credit: Terry Gross/Marine PhotobankTiger shark. Mandatory Photo Credit: Jim AbernethyGreat white shark. Mandatory Photo Credit: Jim Abernethy
     

Double Hammer Shark, Credit: Katie Grudecki

Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas

Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas

     
Hammerhead shark. Mandatory Photo Credit: Katie GrudeckiMandatory Photo Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive BahamasMandatory Photo Credit: Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas
     

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The oceanic whitetip (latin: Carcharhinus longimanus) is one of the most widespread shark species and is found in all of the world's oceans. Mandatory Photo Credit: Jim AbernethyWhile oceanic whitetip sharks (latin: Carcharhinus longimanus) were once one of the most commonly caught species, the high global demand for their large, high-value fins has led to significant population declines. Mandatory Photo Credit: Jim AbernethyCatch of oceanic whitetip sharks (latin: Carcharhinus longimanus) in the eastern Pacific Ocean has steadily decreased, to the point of virtual disappearance. Mandatory Photo Credit: Jim Abernethy

Topics: Oceans, Environment