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OneOceanEducation #savesharks Stay up-to-date with the adventures of our educational outreach program! DM to schedule a shark or marine presentation for your school or group! http://oneoceandiving.com/
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OneOceanEducation #savesharks
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oneoceaneducation Aloha! here is another reminder to help us #savetheocean by joining us this saturday at china walls, o'ahu for our monthly #secondsaturday beach and reef cleanup! πŸ’™ you can stop by any time between 12:00-3:00pm. there will also be some wonderful giveaways, thanks to our sponsors, that we're giving out to volunteers who help pick up some trash! we would love to have you alongside us as we clean up one of the beautiful areas on the island! hope to see you there 🌎 | (if the waves are too big at china walls on saturday, we will change locations & we'll keep you updated :)) | ✨@oneoceandiving @keiko_conservation @waterinspired ✨#savetheocean #chinawalls #hawaii #oahu #beachcleanup #conservation #oneocean #plastic #marinedebris post by @oneoceanconservation
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oneoceaneducation #repost @oceanramsey ・・・ #hustle #breathe #hold life can be a rush, busy, busy, busy, and then busier, so it’s the moments between breaths when i feel like i can really breathe. the cherished rare time just #freediving in tune with my #breathing and then turning it off and focusing on enjoying the feeling of being connected to all the amazing graceful things in the #weightless #expansive #infinite #freedom of #life in the world #underwater grateful for so many opportunities and #passionate about what i do so it’s a real challenge for me to find balance with my complete workaholic personality. i really do love to #multitaskfaster & as i get older i hope to get better about putting work down & going out & just enjoying the moment. grateful to work with sharks who force me into full presence and awareness of the #breathless and #breathtaking moment of being alive. #respect #nature #protectnature @oneoceanconservation @oneoceanglobal @oneoceaneducation @waterinspired @hawaiisharkdiving @oneoceanhawaii @oneoceansharks @oneoceanresearch @oneoceaninspired @oneoceandesigns #oneocean #teamoneocean #oneoceanambassador #oneoceandiving #oneoceanglobal #helpsavesharks #savetheocean photo by @juansharks #juanoliphant #oceanramsey 1οΈβƒ£πŸ¦ˆ1οΈβƒ£πŸŒŠ1οΈβƒ£πŸŒ
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oneoceaneducation #repost @juansharks ・・・ @oceanramsey featured here making people look twice at sharks showing that we can #coexist. we started the nonprofit @waterinspired years ago with the goal to use visual imagery to get people to look at sharks differently. the best way to fight the unrealistic fear people have sharks is to show people sharing the ocean with them. when the fear is replace with reality and respect than the desire for protection and conservation come in to play. #cagethefear sharks are keystone structures to the health of the ocean. #weneedsharksalive #saynotosharkfinsoup #apexpredatornotmonster #stopsharkfinsoupπŸš«πŸ”Ό #saynoplastic #finbandnow photo by @juansharks using @aquatech_imagingsolutions @cressi1946 @xcelwetsuits while diving with @andycorbe @lauracorbe #sandyfeetadventures
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oneoceaneducation #repost @oneoceandiving ・・・ jellyfish are gelatinous zooplankton found throughout the worlds oceans, fluctuating in abundance seasonally responding to climatic changes in their environment. even holoplanktonic species like this ctenophore increase in number in the spring/summer months when food availability is abundant. some recent studies suggest that jellyfish populations are increasing globally causing blooms, which result in direct negative effects on human related activities, however most evidence points toward anthropogenic causes of these jellyfish blooms (mills, c.e 2001). jellyfish are the topic of conversation because they interfere with tourism by stinging swimmers, get clogged in fishing nets, can k**l fish in aquaculture pens, impact cooling-water intake screes of power plants and feed predominantly on zooplankton potentially competing with commercial fisheries target species (purcell, uye and lo 2007). coastal food webs are impacted by jellyfish blooms as they consume large quantities of zooplankton, converting fixed carbon into gelatinous biomass. because jellyfish have few predators, this restricts the transfer of carbon to higher trophic levels within the ecosystem causing microbial respiratory sinks (condon & steinberg 2011). as global sea temperatures continue to rise, it is likely we will to see more jellyfish blooms throughout coastal and estuarine environments. in order to mitigate this, the rate of change in our climate needs to slow drastically. you can help by continuing to #reduce your #carbonfootprint. say no to #singleuseplastic #reducereuserecycle, have a #meatfree monday or week, ride your #bike instead of driving and support your community #buylocal products! #jellyfish aren’t the problem. post by @saltybluegypsy photo by @camgrantphotography of a comb jelly or #ctenophore on a recent pelagic shark tour
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oneoceaneducation #repost @oceanramsey (@get_repost) ・・・ finding a deeper perspective in life everyday. there is something to be learned in every encounter in life and for me the best part is getting to choose what positive thing i can take or make from it. always grateful for the ability to see a silver lining and beauty in things that may not be obvious. i love #freediving the #freedom of being weightless with the ability to go any direction and #coexist in the most breathtaking environment with the most incredible beings πŸ¦ˆπŸ‹πŸ¬πŸ’πŸ πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ‹πŸ¦ˆ #savetheocean and #helpsavesharks if you don’t already know how unique and special being underwater is i really encourage you to go learn to dive, it will literally change your life & open your eyes to some of the most beautiful and #breathtaking places and animals on the entire planet. help reduce single use plastics so future generations will have chance to #explore and #enjoy clear blue #openocean teeming with #life it’s a #lifestyle a #choice #choosewisely #oneoceandiving #oneocean #love #cause #travel #ig
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oneoceaneducation #repost @kennaaloha ・・・ around 40 billion single-use plastic utensils, like forks and spoons, are produced each year.🍴a large majority can't be recycled and end up in landfills and the ocean. 🌊 there they will sit for decades slowly breaking apart into smaller pieces of plastic that are regularly consumed by (and end up killing) marine life such as turtles, fish, and seabirds. 🐒🐟🐦🐬🦈 🐳 🐠 • instead of using single-use utensils, try using reusable ones. πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ½ my family keeps a few utensil sets in the seat compartment of our car, so whenever we eat out, we don't have to use single-use cutlery. ;) actions like these are a small but great way to help reduce the amount of plastic being thrown into the ocean. πŸ’¦ reminder: the ocean is our main source of oxygen. we have to start taking better care of the world (and therefore ourselves) and stop trashing it. πŸ’™πŸŒŽ
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oneoceaneducation #repost @kennaaloha (@get_repost) ・・・ 🌎my church used to provide single-use styrofoam coffee cups for people. however, now knowing the effects styrofoam has on the body and the environment, i helped us make the switch to reusable, environmentally-friendly, safe cups. ♥️🦈 {πŸ“·from yesterday} • "aloha, church 'ohana, in order to take better care of our bodies and the environment, we have replaced single-use styrofoam cups with reusable mugs. we invite you to bring your own travel mug with you to use, but feel free to use one of these mugs provided. please return used mugs here. mahalo, mackenna cady" 🌎♥️
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @oneoceandiving ・・・ guadalupe island, a small volcanic island off the west coast of mexico's baja california peninsula is a pristine area to observe great white sharks. guadalupe even outperforms both south africa and australia with shark sighting consistency and water conditions. with clear blue water having 100-150ft visibility it allows for the best opportunity to observe these amazing animals in their natural environment. later in the year bigger female great whites generally start showing up. female great whites are known to grow larger than males, averaging as large as 15-16ft. if you want the chance to go on a trip and learn about great whites from experts while getting great interactions check out freedivewithsharks.com under the get involved page for information on how you can join our upcoming guadalupe trip october 30-november 4 2017! email us at oneoceandiving@gmail.com for more information or to reserve your spot. photo by: @juansharks ___________ want to learn more? check us out at oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water  in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our #education outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey want to join the team? become a @oneoceanglobal ambassador looking to support in other ways? check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @oneoceandesigns or at www.oneoceandesigns.com mahalo and thank you for supporting #internationalsharkproject #hawaiisharkcount #sharkresearch #ocean #oneocean #savetheocean #savesharks #helpsavesharks #oceanconservation #sharkconservation #itstheirocean #apexpredatornotmonster
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation So grateful for another #jawsome week with these amazing beautiful #greatwhitesharks the island of #islaguadalupe is the best place in the world to enjoy #observing them with up to 150ft plus visibility sometimes. grateful that #méxico sees the value in #protectingsharks because people care and want to see them, just goes to show that your consumer #travel choices can make a #positive impact in even the legislation of other countries and their relationship with #marine resources. #helpsavesharks #savetheocean very grateful for the fun #conservation minded crew #team that joined us this week and looking forward already to another week like this starting tomorrow πŸŽ‰ #guadalupe #whitesharks #savesharks #lovesharks @oneoceanresearch @oneoceansharks @gopro @aquatech_imagingsolutions @oneoceanconservation @oneoceandesigns @oneoceandiving @oneoceanglobal @oneoceaneducation @oneoceaninspired co-hosting #oneocean great white shark trips with @juansharks @silenthunterpty @seajewl @sharkysophie local research: @pelagioskakunja @amaukua @gadormunta
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @saltandaloha ・・・ 😑 you know those thick plastic bands that are wrapped around boxes? well, seems as though someone decided not to cut it off and dispose of it correctly and now it has ended up wrapped around one of our beloved sandbar sharks. here's juan going in to try and cut it off during a pelagic dive this morning with #oneoceandiving please be mindful of not only your trash, but the trash of others. i know you may be thinking that it's not your responsibility to pick up after other people, but it really is the simplest task that can be the most beneficial to our lands and sea. volunteer at clean ups or even clean up on your own. pick up trash whenever you can, especially if you know it could cause some major damage. elect to use reusable materials and don't get s****d into the trap of "sustainable" plastic anything... bottom line - plastic is not sustainable, period. this situation could have been easily avoided, but it's never to late to make a difference. do your part and educate others on doing their part. lead by example and the 🌎 may have hope. • • • πŸ‘‰πŸ½@oneoceandiving want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: oneoceandiving.com <http://oneoceandiving.com>>; & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanicramsey want to join the team? become a @oneoceanglobal ambassador looking to support in other ways? check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @oneoceandesigns or at www.hawaiisharkdiver.com < mahalo and thank you for supporting #internationalsharkproject #hawaiisharkcount #sharkresearch #ocean #oneocean #savetheocean #savesharks #helpsavesharks #oceanconservation #sharkconservation
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @juansharks ・・・ @oceanramsey arms wide open with this massive pregnant humpback whale. everything has a purpose in nature for the benefit of the planet. whales like humpbacks feed in the polar regions during summer months and make babies in tropical waters during winter. during this annual migration whales transfer polar nutrients to tropical waters via their πŸ’©, fertilizing tropical reef systems. sharks move nutrients this way as well from shallow reef systems to deep water reef systems. if humans want to live on this planet we need to protect nature and our ecosystem. #coexist #gobeyond #savetheocean @oceanramsey @oneoceanglobal @oneoceanresearch @oneoceandiving @keiko_conservation @oneoceanconservation @oneoceansharks @oneoceaneducation @waterinspired @north_sails
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation No matter the age, an individual can make a difference. take a page out of this girls book and take some action, spread the world and educate the public. never believe that you can't make a difference. the smallest acts can have the biggest rewards. don't be afraid. don't hesitate. be strong and take the passion to change the world. embrace the superhero inside of you. #believeinyourself #beasuperhero #makeachange ••• #repost @oneoceanglobal ・・・ a powerful, heart wrenching image and message brought to us by #oneoceanglobalyouthambassador @louhelpsyousavesharks. 😒please take the initiative to always leave a beach cleaner than how you found it. it may not seem that picking up even four pieces of trash (#grab4tag4) will make an impact, but you never know what animal will ingest or become entangled in that item, land or sea. thank you lou. ・・・ miles down a 4 wheel drive rocky dirt road to an incredible green and black sand beach the impacts of humanity are still felt. we found what we think is a shearwater sea bird entangled in this net on the beach, it died wrapped in human garbage. we came down here to have fun not expecting to see this dead bird. we are leaving once again with the realization that human impact reaches every single corner of the world. this is why i must share my voice, to speak up for our earth that has no voice. #reduce #reuse #recycle #marinedebris #louhelpsyousavesharks #louhelpsyousavetheocean #kidswhomakeadifference #futurezoologist #futuremarinebiologist #cleanyourbeach #shearwaterseabird #oneoceanglobal #oneoceanambassador #blacksand #greensand
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost of an excellent writeup from #oneocean team member captain kev @thesearaider who also works as a life guard at waimea bay. last week two female sandbar sharks were found on the beach purposely caught and tied up by the tail to suffocate on the shoreline. if anyone saw or heard anything related to these heartbreaking incidents please contact us at oneoceandiving@gmail.com πŸ˜”πŸ’”πŸ¦ˆ ・・・ "showing up to work today at waimea bay this is how us lifeguards started our day. the last month has been an amazing month down at waimea. huge bait balls of fish show up this time of year. bait balls attract fish which attract larger fish. last but not least the fisherman show up. first off anyone who knows me knows i am a huge fisherman. second off all of the fish at waimea have provided some great fishing with lots of dinners provide. but the big talk is the sharks in the water. i work there 5 days a week posting the shark signs as a warning. days go by weeks go by and not a single shark bite attack or even a threat to anyone swimming any day. i have seen more people this month hurt by the jump rock, bee stings, jellyfish and even people hurting people (beach fights). so for someone to k**l this shark for no reason may be poor education about these animals or just pure ignorance. there was 2 tail ropes around the sharks tail maby dragging it up the beach or not allowing it to swim off. either way suffocating the animal. education is key people. who ever did this i would love to educate you about these animals being that i also captain boats for @oneoceandiving . come on down and let's chat i guarantee you will learn something and i can change your mind on this subject." ________________ want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey
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October 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @keiko_conservation ・・・ and it continues! it's been a particularly bad few days for sharks in hawaii. this female shark was found early this morning (9/29) at waimea bay, o'ahu by some local fishermen following the halalu bait balls. the tail was tied off with rope to a sand spike a few feet from the waters edge. this is unacceptable! this beautiful female (possibly pregnant) shark suffocated to death and died on the beach at the hands of an extremely cruel person or persons... and for what??? a keystone predators life wasted for absolutely nothing. * we want to know who is responsible for the slaughter of this shark and are looking for those involved... if you saw anything the night of 9/28 or extremely early morning of 9/29 please do not hesitate to reach out to us via dm or tag someone below who might know something about the death of this shark. our ocean needs sharks. please respect and speak up for sharks and don't let a few cruel and pilau fishermen ruin it for everyone who are doing the right thing. @keiko_conservation @oneoceandiving * * #helpsavesharks #waimeabay #sharks #shark #pilau #fishinghawaii #hawaiifishing #savesharks #sharkfishermen #sharkfishing #oahu #hawaii #conservation #nosharksnofish #malamahonua #oneoceandiving #keikoconservation
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September 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @oneoceandiving ・・・ at one point in time it was thought that sharks had very poor vision.  however, they do have to gather their food in lowlight or dark areas when it is hunting time.  so that may bring in the question of how are they able to see? sharks have the ability to detect prey items through electroreception using the ampullae of lorenzini, but the vision of sharks is actually not as poor as what it was thought to be in the past.  they have what is called tapetum lucidum in their eyes.  the tapetum lucidum is an intraocular reflecting structure that is behind the retina that enhances their vision in low light areas (ollivier, f.j. et al 2004). this allows their vision in murky water to be about 10 times great than a human in clear water.  if a light was shined into their eyes it would produce an ‘eye shine’ due the crystals in the choroid that are reflecting the light (ollivier, f.j. et al 2004). some sharks, tiger shark and lemon shark, also have an opaque third eyelid called the nictitating membrane. the nictitating membrane will actually move upwards and backwards from the anterior portion of the eye in order to cover and protect the eyes from any damage that may come while attacking their prey (gruber, samuel h. et al 1975). vision is one of the primary senses used to gather additional sensory information about objects or animals within close range, and sharks are very perceptive and responsive to eye contact. this is part of the reason why we always make eye contact with the sharks that are within the area. post by: @flyingturtle13 phot by @juansharks _____________ want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey
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September 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @oneoceandiving ・・・ short-finned pilot whales (globicephala macrorhynchus) are the second largest of the delphinid in the hawaiian waters, just behind the killer whales (baird, robin w. 2016). it wasn’t until the late 1950s that these were first documented as being seen in these hawaiian waters.  when they are fully grown they can be approximately 20’ in length.  since they are very social animals they can be found swimming rather slowly near the surface of deep waters in groups ranging in size of 25 to 50 pilot whales (noaa). two behaviors that could be identified during this slow time is logging or spy hopping.  spy hopping is when the #pilotwhales will have their bodies vertical in the water, head above the surface looking at their surroundings like the individual in this photo. however, these gorgeous marine mammals face one big threat in other parts of the world, culling.  every year in taiji, japan there are “drive fisheries”. in 1969, fishermen in taiji began this operation with the short-finned pilot whales (kasuya, toshio 2007). a nursery of juvenile pilot whales are pushed into a small cove where they will be separated from all adults. just yesterday a pod was captured πŸ˜”, stay tuned to @dolphin_project @richardobarry for the latest updates. some are selected to be sold to the public aquariums/dolphinariums, while others are selected to be brutally killed.  those that are killed have their meat sold. the ones that are not selected wait in the shallow waters where they do not have food and are very much stressed. these drives are lowering the population sizes of the pilot whales each year this happens. please spread the word to put an end to drive fisheries and don't support businesses that keep cetaceans in captivity for entertainment. while there is a small demand for meat from these drive hunts, the practice would not be profitable without support from the captivity industry. we can be the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. #keepthemwild post by: @flyingturtle13 photo by @juansharks via @oceanramsey taken in tahiti
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September 2017
oneoceaneducation @oneoceandiving ・・・ a sharks tale: for many species, the sharks #tail is asymmetrical, with an elongated upper lobe and a shorter lower lobe. this is known as a heterocercal caudal fin. the variety of movements or locomotor mechanism in the tail is adapted for super efficient cruising swimming but must still allow for quick burst turning moments (k.thompson 1977). a theory investigated by wilga & lauder in 2002 suggests the beating of the tail #fin during steady horizontal swimming pushes posteroventrally (backwards and down) on the water, generating an opposite reactive force which causes rotation around the centre of mass. they found that pectoral fins do not generate lift during steady horizontal swimming but are important for vertical manoeuvring and by adjusting their body orientation sharks are able to balance out and compensate for the twist generated by the tail (wilga 2004). #evolution at its finest!! sharks have adapted for millions of years to become expert swimmers in their environment. this is just one of the many reasons sharks need their fins and humans do not. #helpsavesharks and #stopsharkfinning by spreading awareness and education of the epic-ness of sharks!! πŸ¦ˆπŸ’™πŸ¦ˆπŸ’™ keen to learn more about how sharks swim? read "function of the heterocercal tail in sharks" cd wilma, gv lauder 2002. post by @saltybluegypsy πŸ“Έ by @juanito_so _________________________ check us out at oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our #education outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey want to join the team? become a @oneoceanglobal ambassadorlooking to support in other ways? check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @oneoceandesigns or at www.freedivewithsharks.com/shop-1/ mahalo and thank you for supporting #internationalsharkproject #hawaiisharkcount #sharkresearch #ocean #oneocean #savetheocean #savesha
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September 2017
oneoceaneducation #repost @oneoceandiving ・・・ it's almost that time of year again!! πŸ‹πŸ‹πŸ‹ the north pacific #humpbackwhale stock are finishing up feasting in their summer #feeding grounds in the cool, nutrient rich waters around alaska. in the winter months whales head south to three nearshore lower latitude #mating and #calving areas: hawaii, western mexico and the islands of southern japan. it is suggested to take between 28-39 days to travel the 4,200km between the upper gulf of alaska to the main hawaiian islands (br mate, 1998). using satellite telemetry, the #migration movements of three individuals were studied as they headed north towards the gulf of alaska from kauai and determined an average speed by calculating their distance travelled each day (br mate 1998). the population estimate for the north pacific humpback whale is now more than 21,000 individuals (noaa) which is the result of huge conservation and research efforts to bring back numbers after commercial whaling depleted the population at the start of the 20th century to fewer than 6,000 whales. the main hawaiian islands may contain the largest seasonal population of north pacific humpbacks in the world (noaa). . this #fluke shot was captured off the west coast of vancouver island, british columbia as the whales were migrating north earlier this year by @saltybluegypsy.  _______________ want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey want to join the team? become a @oneoceanglobal ambassador looking to support in other ways? check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @oneoceandesigns or at www.hawaiisharkdiver.com mahalo and thank you for supporting #internationalsharkproject #hawaiisharkcount #sharkresearch #ocean #oneocean #savetheocean #savesh
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September 2017
oneoceaneducation Can we just take a moment to appreciate the life that we live? the view is gorgeous and the people are amazing. of course, there are ups and downs but when it comes down to it; life is spectacular. appreciate every second of the day, find the things that make you smile. we love sharks and every inch of the ocean. it's our comfort zone, the place that we feel safe. the place we want to help and change for the better. we have a cause, a belief and a goal. one that motivates us every second of the day. we believe in the world. we believe that humans are capable of making a difference. ••• #believe #takeachance #takeastance #appreciate #honor #lovetheocean #lovetheworld #makeachange #makeapromise #helptheocean #helptheanimals #savesharks #beasuperhero #bethechange #nosucking #noplastics
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