Shark sighting in Camiguin


The Thresher-shark

Last Saturday a jumping Thresher-shark was sighted in Agoho and Naasag. Thresher-sharks grow to more than 5m and, and are fish and squid eater. They are not considered to be dangerous to humans. 

Thresher-shark Thresher-shark

Photos courtesy of Scott Sheehan / Marine Mammal Research

Thanks to the Camiguin Action Geckos and the Camiguin Volcan Beach Eco Retreat & Dive Resort for their sighting reports.

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