Posted Wednesday, April 28, 2004 7:51 AM | Contributed by auscoasterman
Featuring a diverse range of sharks and rays, and an even more diverse range of reef fish, Shark Bay is the latest in Sea World's range of interactive and environmentally conscious animal exhibits. With everything from the recently popularised clown fish, right up to Tiger sharks, all in natural-esque sandy-bottom pools, Sea World has yet again given guests a unique insight into the marine world.
That's pretty good photography viewing the tanks from below. Very nice!
For those trying to compare this to the USA SeaWorld's Shark Encounter, if you couldn't tell from the photos, this is a much nicer attraction, and far more interesting.
Thanks, it's incredibly difficult to get the underwater shots to come out even halfway decent. The light is never good, and naturally you can't just turn on the flash, so you've really got to improvise and experiment (I got probably 100 duds before anything decent came out :)).
*** This post was edited by auscoasterman 4/28/2004 10:30:58 PM ***
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