South African Great White Shark Facts
The preparation and dive lasts approximately 2. Shark Cage: using the mask and snorkel provided, get close to the sharks from inside a protective cage which allows you to admire these ocean predators close up. The experience takes approximately 1 hour - 15 minutes spent snorkelling in the cage. The Shark Dive session takes place at am.
SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium Shark Cage Experience
You should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your booked session. There are two Shark Cage dive sessions : pm and pm.
Dive sessions will have a maximum of 6 people You must be at least 1. Learn more and book tickets.
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These are common misunderstandings about sharks. No, a shark is not a mammal like whales, nor is it a reptile like alligators. A shark is actually a fish!
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Sharks are cartilaginous fish , meaning that their skeletons are made entirely of cartilage the same squishy material that is found in our human nose and ears. Perfectly named, a Whale Shark can grow to be as large as a school bus! They can grow 10 inches a year until they reach 12 to 14 feet. It could fit into the palm of your hand. The ocean whitetip is the most common: this large shark is numerous in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
It inhabits the North Atlantic in the millions. The Shortfin Mako Shark is the fastest species of shark to date and can swim up to 65mph over kph! Yes, amazingly well.