A Galapagos Shark at a depth of 10 m, North Meyer Island, Kermadec Islands, New Zealand, 20 May 2010. This 1 m long fish was filmed during the Kermadec Islands expedition. The species grows to a maximum length of about 3 m.
Last Updated: 4 January 2012
Hi Sascha. Yes indeed. You do have sharp eyes! I have some movie footage of Eastern King Wrasse, Coris sandeyeri, from the Kermadecs. I'll try to add some to the site soon.
C. sandayeri to the left at the start?
Galapagos Shark, Carcharhinus galapagensis View full size
© Erik Schlögl
Galapagos Sharks near the surface View full size
© Dave Harasti
Galapagos shark View full size
© Malcolm Francis
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