Diving with Giants
This book features the best places in the world's oceans and seas to dive with pelagic species. 'Pelagic' is a real buzzword for divers, and refers to the big, fast creatures of the open waters. This includes sharks, manta rays, dolphins, whales, barracuda, and so on.
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