#tbt 2015 - Freya, a female great white shark, had what appeared to be some kind of injury to the left side of lower jaw, when this image was shot. Fortunately, white sharks tend to heal up remarkably well, and when we saw her again last season, I didn't remember noticing any obvious signs of the injury.
Note to self… remember to BREATHE! It’s @sharkweek, and today we’re hanging out with @tysssssss, aboard @calypsostarcharters in the Neptune Islands near @port_lincoln. South Australia’s @eyrepeninsula is one of the few places in the world - and the only place in Australia - where you can get up close and personal with a Great White shark, with crystal clear waters that are perfect for viewing them in their natural habitat. Take a dive with Bruce here, and you’ll cop more than an eyeful as he swings past the cage! Oh, and don’t stress. He’s having fish for dinner tonight! Who’s in? #SeeSouthAustralia 🦈 [Location: just a 2 hr flight from Sydney to #Adelaide in #SouthAustralia and a 50 minute flight (or 7 hour drive) to Port Lincoln in #eyrepeninsula ]