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Feeding Frenzy Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Feeding Frenzy collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens, female cones on branch. Rhodes
Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens, female cones on branch. Rhodes
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VT-8381 Coral polyps - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy
VT-8381 Coral polyps - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy
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VT-5681 Grey Reef Shark - Feeding frenzy
VT-5681 Grey Reef Shark - Feeding frenzy
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Slaty-Backed Gulls - flock feeding on fish
Slaty-Backed Gulls - flock feeding on fish
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Coral polyps, - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy
Coral polyps, - Night. Worms attracted by camera light excite these cup corals into a feeding frenzy
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Black-tip / Blacktip Reef SHARKS - In a small frenzy after a piece of fish has been thrown in the water
Black-tip / Blacktip Reef SHARKS - In a small frenzy after a piece of fish has been thrown in the water
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Grey Reef Sharks - Shark feeding frenzy caused by all sharks trying to get the bait at the same time
Grey Reef Sharks - Shark feeding frenzy caused by all sharks trying to get the bait at the same time
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Grey Reef Sharks - Shark feeding frenzy
Grey Reef Sharks - Shark feeding frenzy
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens, female cones on branch. Rhodes Featured Image

Italian cypress, Cupressus sempervirens, female cones on branch. Rhodes

Whitetip reef sharks, Triaenodon obesus. During the day they are very often seen resting on the sand and in caves. But at night they became very active and hunt in packs. Here at a feeding frenzy. Feeding frenzy occurs when a number of sharks fight for the same prey. Sharks are usually solitary diners, and a feeding frenzy indicates why that might be. To an observer, it looks like the sharks lose their mind biting at anything that's in their way in an uncontrollable rage. They thrash around, their snouts elevating and their backs arching, all signs that indicate an impending attack. Some accounts tell of sharks eating each other and of sharks continuing to feed even after they've been disemboweled by other sharks. Many feeding frenzies start near fishing boats, particularly when fishermen pull in a net of fish. These fish are thrashing against the net and perhaps have been injured in their capture, and the chemicals they give off attract the sharks. Sharks become aroused by the scent of blood and think they've happened upon an easy meal, but when more than one shark shows up, the scene gets competitive. Cocos Island

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