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California Sea Lion Feeding on Striped Marlin Carcass Photos
California Sea Lion Feeding on Striped Marlin Carcass
This was a catch and release fish that we happened upon. Makes you wonder how many released Marlin end up this way.
species: Zalophus californianus
photo-id: SEL-059 request pricing

Leopard Shark Images
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
The Leopard Shark is an extremely shy animal and a complete non threat to humans. They seem to have a reputation at the beach likely because of the more aggressive and unrelated Tiger Shark. Leopards are bottom feeders and often swim along the sand just outside the surf line having to dodge bathers feet all day during the summer. A chance to see these sharks from a kayak or while snorkeling should not be missed.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-002 request pricing Google Earth

Leopard Shark Pictures
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-003 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-005 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
The Leopard Shark is an extremely shy animal and a complete non threat to humans. They seem to have a reputation at the beach likely because of the more aggressive and unrelated Tiger Shark. Leopards are bottom feeders and often swim along the sand just outside the surf line having to dodge bathers feet all day during the summer. A chance to see these sharks from a kayak or while snorkeling should not be missed.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-006 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Leopard Shark
Leopard Shark
Found inshore along sand and mud bottoms. Often just outside the surf line along sand beaches. Length to 7 feet. Found in depths to 300 feet.
species: Triakis semifasiata
photo-id: SLS-007 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Underwater Stock Photography
Great White Shark Underwater
Their genus name Carcharodon comes from the Greek words carcharos meaning ragged and odon meaning tooth.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-036 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark with Baitfish Photos
Great White Shark with Baitfish
Scad Mackerel in background.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-037 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Images
Great White Shark
They are an incredibly successful species, examples of White Shark fossil vertebrae have been dated to the Pliocene Age or about one-million years old.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-039 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Great White Shark
Great White Shark
As much time as Ive spent in shark cages observing Great Whites its still amazing to see how they seem to materialize instantly out of the blue water background.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-040 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Underwater Pictures
Great White Shark Underwater
Their genus name Carcharodon comes from the Greek words carcharos meaning ragged and odon meaning tooth.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-043 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Great White Shark
Great White Shark
Great Whites can reach nineteen feet or more in length. They begin life feeding on fish. Once reaching a size of about 9 to 10 feet they begin to prey on marine mammals such as seals and sea lions.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-044 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Great White Shark Underwater
Great White Shark Underwater
Each individual has a unique countershading color pattern, having a dark coloration above then abruptly transitioning to white below the midline.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-045 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Great White Shark
Great White Shark
As much time as Ive spent in shark cages observing White Sharks, its still amazing to see how they seem to materialize instantly out of the blue water background.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-046 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Underwater Stock Photography
Great White Shark Underwater
They are an incredibly successful species, examples of their fossil vertebrae have been dated to the Pliocene Age or about one-million years old.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-047 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Photos
Great White Shark
As much time as Ive spent in shark cages observing these animals, its still amazing to see how they seem to materialize instantly out of the blue water background.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-050 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Images
Great White Shark
Their genus name Carcharodon comes from the Greek words carcharos meaning ragged and odon meaning tooth.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-051 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Great White Shark Dorsal Fin
Great White Shark Dorsal Fin
Dorsal fin in late afternoon light.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-052 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Upper Lobe of Tail Pictures
Great White Shark Upper Lobe of Tail
Upper lobe of tail showing parasitic copepods.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-053 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Great White Shark Dorsal Fin
Great White Shark Dorsal Fin
White Shark dorsal fin in late afternoon light.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-054 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Great White Shark Swimming at the Surface
Great White Shark Swimming at the Surface
Dorsal and tail fin exposed above the surface.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-055 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Great White Shark Feeding Behavior
Great White Shark Feeding Behavior
Classic Great White Shark attack behavior is to ascend from deep water then lunge at their prey on the surface.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-057 request pricing Google Earth

Great White Shark Swimming at the Surface Stock Photography
Great White Shark Swimming at the Surface
Dorsal and tail fin exposed above the surface.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-059 request pricing Google Earth

Yellowfin Tuna Bit by Great White Shark Photos
Yellowfin Tuna Bit by Great White Shark
At Guadalupe Island large tuna are often bit off by White Sharks before they can be landed by fisherman. This Yellowfin Tuna well into the hundred pound class was torn completely in half by a single bite from a large Great White.
species: Carcharodon carcharias
photo-id: SGW-061 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Shark Underwater Images
Blue Shark Underwater
species: Prionace glauca
photo-id: SHB-049 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Blue Shark
Blue Shark
Once a common surface shark species off the coast of southern California its numbers have declined dramatically in the past ten years due to over fishing.
species: Prionace glauca
photo-id: SHB-050 request pricing Google Earth

Blue Shark Pictures
Blue Shark
Once a common surface shark species off the coast of southern California its numbers have declined dramatically in the past ten years due to over fishing.
species: Prionace glauca
photo-id: SHB-052 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Blue Shark
Blue Shark
Once a common surface shark species off the coast of southern California its numbers have declined dramatically in the past ten years due to over fishing.
species: Prionace glauca
photo-id: SHB-054 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Blue Shark
Blue Shark
species: Prionace glauca
photo-id: SHB-057 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Ocean Sunfish or Mola mola
Ocean Sunfish or Mola mola
Quite varied in there coloration, Ocean Sunfish range from dark gray to white to silver and sometimes have an iridescent sheen. At timed very evenly colored, others being heavily mottled.
species: Mola mola
photo-id: FMO-057 request pricing Google Earth

Ocean Sunfish or Mola mola Stock Photography
Ocean Sunfish or Mola mola
species: Mola mola
photo-id: FMO-058 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Dolphin | Drift Kelp | Fur Seal | Harbor Seal | Jellyfish | Krill | Marine Mammals | Northern Elephant Seal | Plankton |
| Sea Otter | Sharks Common to California | Shortfin Mako Shark | Squid | Whales |

species represented
Carcharodon carcharias, Mola mola, Prionace glauca, Triakis semifasiata, Zalophus californianus

keywords
Behavior, Copepod, Copepods, Dangerous, Drift Kelp, Fishes, Harem, Inshore, Jaws, Lions, Man Eater, Offshore, Open Ocean,
Pacific, Parasite, Parasitic, Pelagic, Pinniped, Pinnipeds, Pointer, Seal, Sealion, Sealions, Shark, Sharks, Silhouette,
Silhouettes, White Death, Wound, Wounds

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Encyclopedia Britannica Leopard Shark | MarineBio Leopard Shark | Monterey Bay Aquarium |

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