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  1. Hello Everyone, I thought I would post this. I haven't decided if this is cool.....or will it make people seasick!!! Was in the Galapagos, and we were anchored in some good current. It was night time, and a bunch of Galapagos and silky sharks were hovering just in back of the liveaboard. Since night diving wasn't allowed, I had to improvise, so the captain got me some rope and I tied it to the housing, said a few prayers, and dumped it over the back. The reaction from the sharks was interesting. Instead of just hovering in back, they were very interested in the lights. They soon started approaching, and hitting the lights. It was pretty exciting. Let me know what you think. Dustin Enjoy https://vimeo.com/79056230
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