Encounter Unassigned

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Description: Inhambane Mozambique - Near Paindane
Location ID: 4a
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Water depth: 4.0 meters

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Craig Jones

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Metadata

Number: 7120056218

Date created:2005
Date last edited:  2008-12-14

Workflow state: approved

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Length 5.5 Meters

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Date

2004-12-22 14:00
Verbatim Event Date: None

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Attributes

Taxonomy Rhincodon typus 

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Status: alive

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Sex: unknown

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Noticeable scarring:  None

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Behavior:  None

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Additional comments:
Swam with a number of Sharks during the course of the afternoon. One showed great interest in myself and my partner. It stopped and turned firstly towards my partner whom then swam for the boat. It then looked at me and swam towards me, I then swam for the boat and we both exited the water immediately.

There must have been about ten sharks, we were unsure if they were swimming in a large circle formation. They were spotted just behind the breakers of a small bay.

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