Ultimately, the long-term survival of Oceanic Whitetip sharks may depend upon organized recreational offshore sport diving or snorkeling offshore at places such as Cat Island, in the Bahamas. Seeing these truly magnificent sharks in their own domain changes perceptions. After having experienced an up close and personal open ocean encounter with these sharks, people come away with an entirely different point of view. They fall in love with these apex predators and their choirs of voices are demanding worldwide protection for these sharks. Above all, Oceanic whitetips belong in the ocean ecosystem circling the globe somewhere offshore with their long hands waving free, in that sharky realm where twilight turns from amethyst to deep and deeper blue.
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