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A tiger shark and jacks in the Bahamas.

A pair of whitetip reef sharks and cardinal fishes in the waters of Cocos Island National Park in Costa Rica.

Gray reef sharks cruising.

Lemon sharks at the ocean's surface in the Bahamas. The Conservancy is helping the Bahamian government achieve long-term protection of their national parks through The Caribbean Challenge.

The Nature Conservancy's Kydd Pollock hangs ten with a reef shark, Palmyra Atoll.

Lemon Sharks swarm the ocean's surface at sunset in the Bahamas.

Whitetip reef shark.

Sharks swim below a soaring boobie.

Moray and whitetip reef shark photographed in the waters of Kimbe Bay, off the northern coast of New Britain, West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea.

Caribbean reef sharks near Nassau, The Bahamas.

A grey reef shark swims among a school of jacks.

Nurse sharks and other fish beneath the boat dock at Compass Cay, Bahamas.

A blacktip glides in the surf.

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