Diver swims in midst of hammerhead sharks

Published March 10, 2017 6,955 Views $4.86 earned

Rumble / Wild WildlifeHammerheads have disproportionately small mouths and seem to do a lot of bottom-hunting. They are also known to form schools during the day, sometimes in groups of over 100. In the evening, like other sharks, they become solitary hunters. National Geographic explains that hammerheads can be found in warm tropical waters, but during the summer Hammerheads participate in a mass migration to search for cooler waters.

This diver finds himself surrounded by a massive school of hammerhead sharks. Notice that as he swims among them, they make way for him. Perhaps they're as fascinated with him as he is of them! This is a very unique experience and probably requires a whole lot of courage, so we can only admire the diver's ability to remain calm in such situations.

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