A 2.5 m long Scalloped Hammerhead, Sphyrna lewini, at a depth of 25 m, Veale's Reef, an outer reef around 20 kilometres east of Tufi Harbour, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea, 30 April 2010.
Steve stated that "The film was taken at about 25 metres depth looking out into blue water from a vertical coral reef wall. The visibility was amazing over 40 metres and a slight current was running. We saw three hammerhead sharks on the dive."
Last Updated: 26 October 2010
The anterior region of a male Scalloped Hammerhead pup View full size
Photographer: Kerryn Parkinson © Australian Museum
Lower surface of the head of a Scalloped Hammerhead pup View full size
Photographer: Kerryn Parkinson © Kerryn Parkinson
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